Originally Posted by Pbalmer65
Ok. Ok. I have to ask... To all owners of a 36qbok does any others have this issue? Also has it been brought to a dealers attention? I do see issues could arise do to all seating is to one side of the unit. Just four average adults could add from 700 to 800 lbs to that side.
Any camping will do. :-)
Never noticed the tire rubbing, but mine is at the dealer now because it leans to that side. It actually sits 1.375" lower on that side. The springs look pretty much the same from one side to the other so I wouldn't be surprised if my frame is bent.
In hindsight I should never have taken delivery of this thing. When I went to pick it up I noticed that the bedroom door would not stay latched. The dealer fixed it while I did the paperwork. Then when we were leaving we noticed that the basement door on that side and the front one didn't latch properly. We went to lunch and they fixed them by shimming under the catches for the latches. I get about 8 hours into my 11 hour drive home and noticed in the rest area that the whole thing was leaning. Called the dealer and they said it was probably a spring. Now I'm wondering if the frame is bent. That would certainly explain why I had trouble with doors not latching. I still have an issue with the bedroom door. It feels like it is spring loaded when I close it and it pops open all the time when I am walking around in the camper.
Now I'm just waiting patiently, and more and more getting the feeling that I am about to get the shaft.