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Old 11-21-2013, 03:32 PM   #1
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I have an 2011 caliber by heartland that i am going to sell. I am very unhappy with it. The trailer was built with poor quality materials. Always in the shop being fix every time we came back from a trip. I am looking into buying a Forest River trailer about a 27 or 29 foot .I went thru 3 converters with the caliber. Converter made by WFCO. When i buy a new trailer i was thinking of tell the dealer to put in a rv converter/charger. Some one told me by doing this, this will save the converter. Is there any other way to do this. What do you think of forest river rv,s and what do you have to travel in.
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Old 11-21-2013, 03:48 PM   #2
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When i buy a new trailer i was thinking of tell the dealer to put in a rv converter/charger. Some one told me by doing this, this will save the converter.
Joe, that doesn't make any sense to me. A Converter is a charger.

The WFCO converters that most manufacturers install are not the best. You should have replaced it the first time with a Progressive Dynamics converter and you probably wouldn't have had any further problems.

Most of the Forest River RVs also come with WFCO converters. At least some of the FR PrimeTime RVs come with PD converters from the factory.
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Joe, that doesn't make any sense to me. A Converter is a charger.

The WFCO converters that most manufacturers install are not the best. You should have replaced it the first time with a Progressive Dynamics converter and you probably wouldn't have had any further problems.

Most of the Forest River RVs also come with WFCO converters. At least some of the FR PrimeTime RVs come with PD converters from the factory.
I concur.
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