Originally Posted by homer1959
LOL You really dont want to see the fiberglass to have some chance to look not too bad hey LOL
I'm just kidding
It's not that, I know by what I've seen with my own eyes, the % of fiberglass trailers I've seen around the campgrounds with delamination problems would sure be a lot higher than what the poll shows.
I'm sure a lot of the trailers I see with delamination problems are over five years old but some are not. Knowing what I paid for the thing I would hate to think that it my come apart in five years, or as far as that goes even less than five years. I'm sure there are a lot of people that can't afford to trade every two to five years, so a delamination problem would be a big set back, it would cost them a arm and leg to have it fixed, 99% of the time when this happens you can't fix it yourself.
When I talked to the man at jayco about the delamination on my trailer, I ask him for the heck of it, I ask how much it would cost to have it fixed if it was not under warranty, he said $3,500.00 to $4,000.00
Now you see why I don't want anything to do with the fiberglass again.