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Old 09-26-2017, 09:37 PM   #1
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Warranty Work, 2016 Wildcat

We had a small punch list of things to have them look at before the one year was up.

One thing was some small bubbles on the rear wall. Called today and they have found water intrusion in the rear wall and are going to replace the back wall due to some mold. Not real happy about the leak but a least my dealer seems to be taking care of it.

Will keep you posted.
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You are lucky on three counts one you found it and two the dealer/warranty is taking care of it and three the camping seasons is drawing to an end
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Almost every wildcat fifth wheel I've looked at in the used market has water damage to the rear wall including mine. I'm thinking water is getting into mine and others via the marker and brake lights.
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Almost every wildcat fifth wheel I've looked at in the used market has water damage to the rear wall including mine. I'm thinking water is getting into mine and others via the marker and brake lights.
Yep, I have delamination on the rear of my '02
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Old 01-11-2018, 06:54 PM   #5
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Well it worked out just fine.

The factory sent a sheet of interior sheathing that matched what was in our unit.

One of the men at the RV store that has experience in trim and cornish work replaced it. You can't tell there was anything done to it, it looks just fine.
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