Originally Posted by merlin66043
I have kinda thought about doing this and some of the other mods (like remote awning...) but I was wondering if you thought it would void any of the warranties on the trailer doing stuff like this? Or should I wait till all the warranties run out?
My first "mod" was done about six minutes after it hit my driveway.
Some mods clearly will have an impact on your camper's warranty, like adding anything to your bumper or drilling or welding on the frame.
Others are in the "gray area" and will only become an issue if the mod goes wrong, like working on the electrical system and then putting the battery back in in reverse. Trying to claim the fried converter under warranty might be problematic.
Others should not have any impact (like adding vent covers) as long as you install it according to the directions. (Unless you put a hole in the roof with your screwdriver).
Anything that MIGHT have an impact on the manufacturer's warranty should be delayed unit the unit's warranty has expired, IMHO.
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