We have a new White Hawk (27 DSRL) and I've noticed there appears to be a fairly pronounced sag of the underbelly covering near the low point drains. We've asked the dealer and they say it is normal (don't worry - possibly spray insulation).
When I go under and press up on it there does not seem to be any resistance (like there would if there was spray insulation).
The bow is approximately 3" below the main support beams at it's lowest point.
The trailer is going back to the dealer soon for another issue (dinette table was secured during PDI with screws that were too long and pierced the the slide-out and are damaging the carpet) and is this something we should have addressed or is this a non-issue?
Any thoughts/suggests are most welcome.