Yup, sounds like he got the ol' "kick the toe and go" alignment. Which is an incomplete job at best. If I had the time and felt like it was worth the effort, I would go harder against the dealer, and by extension, the alignment shop. I'm not sure I would've taken the unit back from the dealer after a short test drive which would have uncovered the fact that the problem was not solved, but that ship has sailed. But most of the time, I just chock it up to a learning experience, pay a good vendor for the job to be done right and move on with life.
There's a member here (can't remember his handle right now) that is fond of saying "Is this the hill you want to die on?" I think it's appropriate in this situation. The rig is fixed, so enjoy it. That dealership dropped the ball pretty hard on this one, so I don't think I'd be spending any more money there. Jayco did what they were supposed to do, so smearing them is not right in this case.
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