Hey guys I have a good question for you.
Last december, water went inside of my trailler. The insurance took charge of it... I was just able to bring my trailler to the dealer last week... The inspector requested few things including, there was so much water, to change to top counter where is the sink.
The dealer said that they can't change that. The reason they gave me is ''a trailler is made from the inside then at the end they built all the exterior walls which close and seal the TT''. Due to that reason, they can't change the top counter and if they do, it will be very ugly and they won't be able to do something as it was before they water went inside of my trailler.
On the other hand, the dealer told us to take the money which will be given by the insurance and use it for the trailler...!
I do not beleive it at all. If someone wants to do a modification in or on his trailler, it can be done properlly.
I asked the people, who live and use travel trailler, what do they think about that dealer and it is the most respectfull in town. I live in Greenwood, Nova Scotia in Canada. There are 5 places to go, everybody told me to go to Jerry's RV, which where is my TT...
I need you're help! Should I take the money and run or should I argue with them and get the counter fixed?
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2006 Ford Expedition Limited 4X4
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