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Old 04-30-2011, 10:02 PM   #1
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Update on 2010 314BDS brakes and more....

Hello all..... Picked up my baby from the dealer yesterday after 3 weeks without her.... They replaced the decal and letters on front of trailer. (were peeling off big time) They also replaced the backing plates and magnets on both axles. (caused by squeeling brakes)

The dealer... camping world in lakewood n.j. had the worst service in the world. They didnt wanna fix anything..... I had to do all their homework for them... The new eagle decal and letters are all crooked, but the brakes seem ok. I'll wait for the new decal to peel again and find a new dealer....

I have seen of alot of people here with 2010 self adjusting brake issues... call Dexter Axle!!!! They sent all the stuff to dealer free.... Dealer has to fight it out with Jayco.... I sure as hell wasnt paying a dime for a trailer that is brand new... If anyone is having the brake issues.... call Jayco and Dexter to make it right.....
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Old 04-30-2011, 10:25 PM   #2
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Thanks for the post. That is good information to know.
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Thanks for the update! I have been bouncing around the idea of having Jayco authorize us to have our new pads fixed locally. After four attempts and $200 gas for each of those four trips to dealer, we're thinking we might be better off locally.
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Crabman, I agree. It is not like trailer brakes are new technology or anything like that. They know what works and now they are just trying to do it on the cheapest parts they can get their hands on. Safety dosen't seem to be top priority just the pennies that they can save.
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