We got our camper back this past Wednesday the 23rd just in time to use it for a bbq cook off. It looks really great and we loved having the windows removed out of the bunkhouse. The dealership even did a few extra things for having the camper for an extended period of time. They added a 4 pin plug connector in the back and removed the two air vents in the ceiling of the front bedroom and replaced those panels. I have a second ac so not a big deal missing the vents. They also put a vent in the hall, from the bedroom to the steps going down, that sits righ above the bathroom door and blows into the bathroom. They blocked the duct chase just past that vent to keep the air from going to the front since those vents are gone. And I get a lot better air flow into the rest of the camper now.
And I knowmit wasn't built into the insurance quote for the repairs already needed. After the insurance check came in, I stopped by the dealership and checked on the progress and that's when I asked about doing the above work. The service guy said it would run a few hundred dollars for the labor plus the miscellaneous parts. When I picked the camper up from the original repairs they said we did the other stuff no charge and sorry for the wait
2011 F350 Dually 13,300 GVWR 3.73 ratio
2013 WildCat 344QB with outside kitchen