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Old 10-24-2015, 03:41 PM   #11
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Ain't it the truth.Ours I swear makes sawdust by its self.On the counters,in the lights and on the stove. We have over 10,000 miles on our 29 RKS.Hope it quits soon,before it falls into it self.

Our build quality is really pretty good.It's a 2015 model Chaparral lite.Pulls great and suits our needs fine.Getting the front cap painted in the next couple of weeks.It faded out and they are covering it under warranty.
Make sure that 'saw-dust' is NOT from termites !!!
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Old 10-25-2015, 07:47 AM   #12
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I previously owned a Forest River Palomino Puma. Bought new 2 years ago and unexpectedly traded for a 2016 Coachmen Chaparral Lite this past July. I have also owned a preowned Keystone Outback which we liked but it became 2 small quickly. Saying that the Forest River products in my opinion are better built. We bave had minor issues with both the 2016 has been back to dealer twice but both times very minimal. I am finding a couple of cosmetic issues I will deal.with once I am not going to camp a month n or.so but being in SC there is always good camping weather.
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