Originally Posted by ktmpj
Wildcat Chris...Yes, I have posted multiple times in regards to this matter. It seems that I am not the only Forest River consumer dealing with this problem. Is that not the purpose of a forum? I am and have been dealing directly with Forest River's Service and Warranty Departments for quite some time and therefore did not require your assistance. You are in no position to state that the cracks are not a structural issue when you have no information whatsoever in regards to this matter.
This forum is not owned or operated by Forest River. It is a public forum with public moderators. Any user is free to post anything -- a great thing when factual data and real world assistance helps consumers with their issues. RVs are complex products with sometimes frustrating issues which I fully acknowledge.
That being said, I'm totally aware of Wildcat's service history, flaws and shortcomings, including a very small number of customers who have had issues with unsightly cracks in their 327CK walls at the upper corners of their main floor slide room. I'm aware of these issues and am updated on these issues (and other issues like them) weekly, so I can
speak with authority on this subject when I say all the cracks we've seen (including your own) have not been structural but aesthetic. I've been assured of this by my engineering department, production manager, and lamination department. If you've been told otherwise, I'd appreciate speaking with you directly so we can resolve this! I'm very sorry you had a Wildcat that had issues right out of the gates -- obviously it's not our intention to build any problems into these products. But I also want to be sure that misinformation is not being posted here without any response.
Again, please feel free to contact me via private message with your contact information! I'm here to help!