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Old 07-18-2013, 04:27 PM   #31
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cutting into the trailer to install 2 new windows is something i would not let anyone do, especially CW. good luck, hope all goes well but i doubt it.
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Old 07-18-2013, 08:34 PM   #32
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whats the worst that could go wrong, anyway dryer holes are cut in camper, vents are put in, a dish on top is put in,solar panels are put on. CW says they can do it, Tom Johnson where I brought the camper says they can do it. Anyway I will have the only one like it, it will be one of a kind. I have to find the one that I think can do it the best, do the best job. CW says it will take 4 hours to run all the cables from the side to the back. I would not try it myself, like I don't do anything that has to do with electric I would kill myself.
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Old 07-19-2013, 06:05 AM   #33
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first thing that can go wrong is the aluminum structure for the side walls is not made for the add'l 2 windows, the 36 ckts has its supports made with the window frames in it yours does not. 2nd, any structural warranty you may have will be void, 3rd if CW does it it will leak. Like I said good luck with your project. as far as vents go you may have noticed the walls are marked for the cuts, did you see any markings on your walls saying " cut here for windows"
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Old 07-19-2013, 05:27 PM   #34
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well number one it is my camper and I like windows where I can see out, I don't want a 36CKTS, Forest River does not stand behind what they sell anyway if they did I would have kept the Wildcat. I hate to sound bad or anything but when you buy a camper its yours, Forest River will do anything to get out of fixing it just like all the rest. CW may not do the job, CW is like a lot of dealers that fix things, there are good dealers and bad ones, some just want to sell you a camper and poor service. Tom Johnson is a big dealer in North Carolina but after you go back 4 or 5 times he wants to say it is your fault. The 30RL I have what seems to be a good camper and CW is helping me out. CW brought out Hawleys Camping in North Carolina, they have been in buisness for a long time, kept the same people just changed the name
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Old 07-19-2013, 05:49 PM   #35
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well it is yours and as far as forest river not standing behind there products , I for one will this is my 4th forest river RV in 4 years and although they have been problematic FR stood behind there product in every case. but as you say its yours to do with as you please.
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