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Old 06-09-2011, 12:20 AM   #11
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We also like our trailer. (our 5th rv) We have 2 recliners and one couch instead if two couches.
I know that things need to be addressed when you buy a new rv.
It's just a little irritating to spend that much money and the first trip out have problems because someone at the factory didn't do their job.


Your issues were a lot different than what we had. Hopefully your dealer has shop personal that can fix everything properly. We bought ours in Az and had to stop in Southern Idaho to get things fixed correctly.

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Old 06-09-2011, 06:15 PM   #12
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You should be getting a NHTSA recall notice about the stabilizers.
I took the stabilizer apart myself instead of going back to dealer just for the inconvience(dealer not close).They thought it was the shear pin on the shaft but that was ok so I then took motor gear shaft apart and found the keyway for gear was toasted(small cheesy)keyway.Called and they said they dont have just the keyway so they sent me another complete motor so were good to go now.
I wanted to go with a fifth wheeler but I bring a golf cart and a boat on rack above golf cart.I like to take some toys when we go camping,with all that in mind the 330 rlts seemed to fit the bill and I loved the layout.I guess I might have run into some issues with new rig but its always nice to hope for the best.I guess I will have to keep a eye on the black water set up next time I use the trailer in a couple of weeks.I only had her out for 2 days so I havent got to really get into using every thing.
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Old 06-09-2011, 10:14 PM   #13
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The recall is for the small bolts and washers that hold the stabilizer on the trailer. The repair kit is a bunch of bolts and washers.
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Old 06-09-2011, 10:23 PM   #14
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I took the stabilizer apart myself instead of going back to dealer just for the inconvience(dealer not close).They thought it was the shear pin on the shaft but that was ok so I then took motor gear shaft apart and found the keyway for gear was toasted(small cheesy)keyway.Called and they said they dont have just the keyway so they sent me another complete motor so were good to go now.
I wanted to go with a fifth wheeler but I bring a golf cart and a boat on rack above golf cart.I like to take some toys when we go camping,with all that in mind the 330 rlts seemed to fit the bill and I loved the layout.I guess I might have run into some issues with new rig but its always nice to hope for the best.I guess I will have to keep a eye on the black water set up next time I use the trailer in a couple of weeks.I only had her out for 2 days so I havent got to really get into using every thing.
We still have a great RV. I just ran into a few issues that I'm getting corrected. Nothing in my mind, that was not expected and all seem to be minor problems. I'll make sure to let you know how the repairs come out.
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Old 06-10-2011, 11:22 AM   #15
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We still have a great RV. I just ran into a few issues that I'm getting corrected. Nothing in my mind, that was not expected and all seem to be minor problems. I'll make sure to let you know how the repairs come out.
Thanks for the reassurance.Im sure it will all work out.
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Old 01-13-2012, 08:09 AM   #16
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I really like the 330 RLTS floor plan, but it looks like with the slides in, you could not get to the fridge for that all important sandwich on the road. Is it impossible or just a tight squeeze? thanks!
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can not get to the fridge without moving door side slideout just a little bit. We have done it on the road for that sandwich.
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Thanks! Still a great looking floorplan, and certainly not a deal breaker for me.
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Old 01-13-2012, 08:19 PM   #19
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The right side slide is the only down side to this trailer. A small price to pay for the large living area. You can get to the bathroom and bedroom with all slides in.
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