Originally Posted by billb800si
Okay, lets say you buy a trailer from them. Next you have to get either a new WDhitch or transfer from your old trailer. How does RV Wholesalers handle that?
And what about a PDI? Do they take the time to show you around and check everything out with the trailer?
I took delivery. The driver parked it nicely in my driveway, and then proceeded to cover a very complete PDI with me, including plumbing and propane systems. He took as long as I wanted, answered all my questions and even fixed my couch seatback. it was not broken, but not 'snapped' all the way into position.
By that time, I had a pot of coffee going and we sat at my dinette, drinking coffee and doing the paperwork. A very pleasant and knowledgeable guy. Bout the only wtf moment was looking at his poor old truck. It looked like it had as some point in the past faced the wrath of either a vengeful god, or a very large child. It looked like it had been rolled over once, and shoddily repaired. But as someone who knows Diesel Fords, that truck sounded STOUT to me.
As far as the hitch, I installed my own. If that is beyond your capabilities, there are many places to get one installed for not too much money. Do not let yourself fall into the trap of thinking you HAVE to use your local FR dealer for anything.