Originally Posted by Cdash
Did the dealer do anything about the tires?
My tires were a year old.
I had it documented on the RO and attached to my paperwork, along with all the other problems I found.
We will see what I will or will not get fixed under warranty. I am not optimistic. It seems that Jayco's favorite saying is "that is acceptable".
The wrinkles in the roof are the most glaring problem I found that will probably not get fixed. I will try to remember to update everyone, once I get to a local dealer in Houston.
I really felt like Indiana RV Connection just wanted to push off all the repairs to another dealer. Specifically, one I will have to find in Houston.
The service manager also tried to charge me for 3 hours labor for my PDI inspection. I refused to pay it and had to get in my truck and unhitch the trailer before the service manager came running out and backing down.
DO NOT get emotionally attached to the RV. You have to be willing to walk away. And, do not pay until you have completed and documented all the problems.
Good luck but do not get too worked up about the process. It seems that everyone's favorite comment is, "thats acceptable".
Leaves a real bad taste in your mouth.
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