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Old 06-23-2015, 10:15 AM   #1
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Pinnacle Underbelly

Does the plastic frame enclosure under the Pinnacle always look like it's sagging or warped? Looked at two new Pinnacles and it looks like the enclosure is ready to fall down.
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Old 06-23-2015, 11:13 AM   #2
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It will sag in some areas. Since the tanks are right above there is no place for screws.
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It will sag in some areas. Since the tanks are right above there is no place for screws.
Plenty of places for screws. Every place there is a leak.
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Old 06-23-2015, 12:09 PM   #4
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Thanks Grumpy. We looked at a Cedar Creek and Bighorn yesterday. DW was shocked by how bad the cabinetry was in the CC since she originally like that one at the show. The large slide on the Bighorn looked like it was sagging at the top. Needless to say we are looking at the Pinnacle again tomorrow.
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Does the plastic frame enclosure under the Pinnacle always look like it's sagging or warped? Looked at two new Pinnacles and it looks like the enclosure is ready to fall down.
That's how mine looks (not a Pinnacle)
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My Designer is similar and hasn't changed in appearance in 5 years.
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I have looked at a couple different units that had what looked like sagging underbelly. Most I have seen however are fairly straight. That is the case on our current unit, no ripples hardly at all. I have never had any sag any more after taking them home with us.
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I have a 2015 pinnacle and the underbody looks about the same as our picture. I haven't had any problems with it. Looks the same as when I took it home.
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Our 2015 looks the same after 7 months of full timing.

Separately, your best choice is the Pinnacle. We looked at the CC and BH, our RV neighbors have both and they have constant issues. We love ours and have had minimal problems; every one of which our quality dealer resolved instantly! Best dealers and best warranty - go Jayco!
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