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Old 07-14-2016, 06:01 PM   #1
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Wind damage

So we just survived 70 mph winds, it hit us directly on the door side of trailer, we had prepared and stowed all our stuff, brought in slide, and got in car and away from trees when it hit. It was crazy, so many downed trees in park so scary. Anyway the trailer was lifted and the blocks under tongue jack blown away and when it came down the front was several inches from where it was and front scissor jacks crushed. Lots of water inside where it came in uder front door. Question is should we be worried about the frame or axels or what ever from it being blown to side? So scary😥

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2003 Ford Expedition EB
2011 Rockwood 2304s

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Old 07-14-2016, 06:17 PM   #2
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Thinking if it was lifted there might be some underlying damage. I would get it checked out for other broken things like sewer pipe and connections or gelcoat cracks and broken seals where it was lifted.
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