I'm not bad mouthing Forest River. In fact the seats in my 2011 look and feel like new. Different folks will have different wear experiences. Personally, DW and I try to spend as little time as possible inside the motor home when camping, regardless of weather. Our dinette probably gets the most use, besides the driver and passenger seats, inside the rig. But lets face it, we all bought Georgetown's for the great value they provide in comparison to other mfg. out there. They do cut corners is areas where it would not be readily apparent, such as seating surfaces. This is especially true if GT owner's have shopped other brands and have become acclimated to some of the name brands in the industry that reach across a broad spectrum of brands and price points, i.e. Dometic, Suburban, Thetford, F53, Ultra Leather upholstery and so on and on. I agree that forums such as this may show case complaints more that compliments, however, I feel that folks such as us in the RV industry as a whole accept way to much "That's Just The Way It Is" if you want to enjoy the lifestyle. If most auto manufacturers built their cars and trucks the way the RV industry builds their RV's, from pop ups to million dollar plus Prevost's, most if not all would not be in business today.
2011 Georgetown 330TS
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