I believe in how well you maintain your trailer, I don't see
any problem full timing in a 5th wheel as long as you do
the upkeep like anything else....
If you read the fine print in most of these 5th wheels you
will see it states that they are not meant for full timing.
I would not state such when sending in the warranty
Also I would not pay the full sticker price, they want to
sell you that 5th wheel, they will come down you can
take that to the bank.
If you do buy the trailer do a complete two or three
hour PDI, sit in the trailer for while, go thought the
day to day activity you might do.
Have the sale's person or whom ever is doing the
PDI or walk thought show you everything twice and
even three times to make sure you know how to work
all the equipment and operation of the trailer you buy.
Ask about service, one of the biggest things I see on
this an other sites is lack of service from a dealer. The
other thing is TOW Vehicle (TV), make sure you have
a TV that can pull safely what you buy. Some dealers
will tell you that you can pull anything with a 1/2 ton
pickup, don't be fooled, look at the weight of that
trailer and then make sure your TV can handle what
you are buying.
Above all have fun and enjoy meeting new people
where ever you go.......