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Old 10-22-2013, 05:58 AM   #141
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Same stuff on my rockwood------

The same strips as on BOLSON'S unit is on the whole bottom of my 2011 Rockwood bump out along with strips also on the edges where the wear appears on the PT units. The is no wear on my fifth wheel and the bump-out has been in and out hundreds of times.
Good luck on all the units repair.


Maybe PT could learn something from ROCKWOOD!
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Old 10-22-2013, 09:39 AM   #142
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Maybe PT could learn something from ROCKWOOD!
It sounds like they already did!
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Old 10-22-2013, 10:41 AM   #143
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It sounds like they already did!
Prime time told me they would not stand behind wear strip work if something happened to your unit. They were worried about tearing the carpet or linoleum in the floor. General RV in Huntley is my dealer as well
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Old 10-22-2013, 10:43 AM   #144
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Bolson was the repair to your unit done with the approval of PT and under warranty? If so I have to wonder why other units have not gotten the same repair. I have to admit it looks solid.

For now I am reasonably happy enough with the tape, at least it has covered the tear caused by the screwhead, but I can already see wear and I know over time it will get worse. Something more resilient than tape will be needed for my rig and I don't believe I should be on the hook to pay for it.

I actually suspect I'll be going to the factory next spring anyway for a tour so I'll likely wait until then to get whatever PT has come up with done at that point.

I don't see the need to jump all over PT and act silly, I 100% believe they will sort this.
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Old 10-22-2013, 05:14 PM   #145
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What "silence" are you referring to?? RV Guy from PTM gave a very good description of what they were seeing and working on. I'm sure you would like to see a solution in a week so you could then complain about a lack of quality.

These things take time. Be patient. Be happy that you have an RV where the company is actually working to resolve your problems instead of ignoring you.
You can get defensive if you want but it has been several months since anyone from Prime Time has commented or given an update. How much time do you think is needed to come up with a solution when there have been posters who own different units who have not had the same issues? Read the following 2 responses from Platokidd. He has the patience of Job. I am concerned about answers that owners are going to get after warranty is up.

If you read any of my other posts you will see that I am neither a complainer nor someone who knocks Prime Time.
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Old 10-22-2013, 06:04 PM   #146
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You can get defensive if you want but it has been several months since anyone from Prime Time has commented or given an update. How much time do you think is needed to come up with a solution when there have been posters who own different units who have not had the same issues? Read the following 2 responses from Platokidd. He has the patience of Job. I am concerned about answers that owners are going to get after warranty is up. If you read any of my other posts you will see that I am neither a complainer nor someone who knocks Prime Time.
Are you using a Mayan calendar? The last post was on 9/1. That isn't "several months" in any calendar system I'm aware of.
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I did go back and check the last update from RV Guy prior to my previous post and you are correct. I will give you 7 weeks and 2 days. so it is less than several months.

Plato had posted the same question-I did not go back to find that date-with no response and this post goes back to 8/11. There are quite a few of us that are concerned about this issue and wonder how it will be handled once we are out of warranty. I think it is reasonable to desire an update later than 9/1.
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The repair was done under warranty. I am not sure what Prime Time knows about this. Hopefully they stand behind it.
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I did go back and check the last update from RV Guy prior to my previous post and you are correct. I will give you 7 weeks and 2 days. so it is less than several months.

Plato had posted the same question-I did not go back to find that date-with no response and this post goes back to 8/11. There are quite a few of us that are concerned about this issue and wonder how it will be handled once we are out of warranty. I think it is reasonable to desire an update later than 9/1.
6 months left on my warranty!
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Are you using a Mayan calendar? The last post was on 9/1. That isn't "several months" in any calendar system I'm aware of.
Barry just wondering what you feel is a reasonable amount of time ? Do you feel PT's going to stand behind this when the warranties expires??
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