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Old 04-19-2012, 01:33 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by manvel View Post
Check your coach real,real close before you drive it off.mine has been used 5 days lots of problems.Rear air is going to be replace.But now BIG problem ,on bottom of main slide wood was tearing off,it is in shop now,they said Forrest River did not secure a plate on frame right.They can not fixed,major job whole bottom of slide needs to be replace.This is my first Forest river and will be my last.This is suppose to be there better coach,hope yours is built better than mine.Good luck
Thank you. We have gone over the rig twice and not driven it off the lot yet. My dealer is doing a great job in making the corrections which most are minor issues. The biggest one was found by their mechanic was the automatic transfer switch was not working right and they ordered it. All other issues were minor cosmetic inside and nothing major inside.
Sorry to hear about your rig. Sounds like someone was already living in it.
I will check under the big slide to see if it is torn.

So are they replacing your rear AC?

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