Originally Posted by thibodeaux5
I have a 2012 365SAQ. In the past year we had 3 blowouts. We have been dealing with Wayne and Pat since the second blowout. After reading this forum we checked our axles. We had 6000# axles. My husband and I both emailed Pat and at his request we weighed our camper. It weighed 14,900#. We sent the information to Pat and within 4 weeks we had new axles, new rims and new tires delivered to us. We went on our first camping trip in 3 months. It was a close trip (only a few miles from home). We were blowing out a tire every other trip so I am curious to see how the new axles and tires do on a longer trip. Golfmedic, thanks for all of your insight. Without this forum I wouldn't have know what to do. I waiting a long time for my 365 and hated to get rid of it but that was our next step. I thought it was going to be a hassle but went very smooth!!!! The new rims actually make the camper look sporty!!!!!!! Thanks to all!Attachment 62059
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Your setup looks JUST LIKE MINE!!! LOL
This is an excellent forum with very good people. I am glad you guys have reached or are reaching amicable solutions. This is an awesome unit and it still upsets me that more are 'recalled' due to the weight and properly outfitted, but it is what it is. Thank you for the kind words, but there are lots of people out there that can and do LOTS more here than I've done. Turn all your FR friends onto the forum here and let's go camping....happily!
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