No complaints about the beds drifting down yet but I have experienced two roof leaks now. The first was the bathroom skylight. Got that fixed and now we discovered a serious leak along the fiberglass cap that leaked into the overhead cabinets and down onto the master mattress. I crawled up on top and it appears the entire caulk seam along the front cap has cracked and the caulk seam along the antenna has issues as well.
Real shame as this unit is not even 6 months old and we are already battling roof leaks. Pretty disappointing actually. The 351 is a really nice unit for the money but I am questioning quality of the build now. The mechanic at the shop we took it to for the first roof leak kinda shrugged when I mentioned I was disappointed over having a roof leak so soon and told me' "Welcome to world of RVs". Kinda like roof leaks are a fact of life due to the flexing of the unit while it is going down the road. That is a hard fact for me to accept. I wonder if the aluminum front cap would have been a better choice over the fiberglass cap. The first time I looked at this trailer I thought the front cap would be trouble spot.
We are/were pup addicts before we bought our 351. In fact, we still have our Rockwood and I never had the roof problems on any of our pups that I have had on this trailer.
If this persists I may complain straight to Forest River / Palomino.
We have two weeks before we leave for the grand canyon so I am hoping I can get it fixed before we leave. If they cannot get it in then I will be doing it myself I suppose.
Ricky, DW Terry, 11 Kids and Grandkids who all want to go camping with me! Life is good!!
2012 F-350 SuperDuty 6.7 SRW CC, Reese Elite 30144, 2013 Puma 351THSS, 2009 EZGO TXR, 2005 Palm Beach 211 Bay, 2004 HD FatBoy.