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Old 08-21-2016, 05:51 PM   #1
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Roof bungee & attachments worn out

We have a new A122 A Frame camper bought this spring and upon return of a long trip we found that the bungee that holds the two roof panels together at the front (entry door) of the camper was worn and that the attachment was getting really worn out as well. In order to better explain, I'm posting some pictures of the situation and I would like to know if this happened / is happening to other owners of Rockwood A122 A frame campers and if so, what have you done or are you planning to do to fix the issue? My trailer is still under warranty.
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Old 08-21-2016, 07:52 PM   #2
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I just had the bunge on the door side replaced by the dealer. It seems to be something that will happen over time. You seem to have hit the unlucky end of the distribution. Perhaps there is a mechanical reason specific to your camper or perhaps they were just not installed well. It should be under warranty for you.

Some have suggested a mod of a fabric sleeve over the bunge that has a better wear characteristic. Apparently this is on Aliners now.

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