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JAC1982

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goducks10 wrote:

I always find it interesting the people will buy a 5-10-50 year old house but won't buy a 2-3 year old RV.


My husband doesn't buy used anything... including houses [emoticon]


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Took ownership of a new Coachman Prism June first. Still trying to get the dealer to straighten things out that should have been done at the factory or during the dealer prep. Three exterior doors wouldn't lock properly, tailpipe was nearly on the ground, neither radio would work, sensor that actuates the steps fell off, glove box jammed, no tire valve stem extensions - and when they put one on, it didn't have the o-ring seal and went flat over night - and on and on. Years ago (25+) I was Chief Engineer at Rectrans (Discoverers). If I let anything like that out the door, we'd all be fired!

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bsdunek wrote:

Years ago (25+) I was Chief Engineer at Rectrans (Discoverers). If I let anything like that out the door, we'd all be fired!

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goducks10 wrote:

I always find it interesting the people will buy a 5-10-50 year old house but won't buy a 2-3 year old RV.


My house, well the original part anyways, is 80 years old. Our 2015 toy hauler which we have had since new, and I did all the repairs on and there were many, we just sold. Went out and bought a 2005 model year toy hauler. The older one feels much heavier duty.


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