Has anybody found a superabundance of stripped out screw holes in the OSB of Flagstaff trailers. I have just spent half a day re-doing all the cabinet screws in the front bunk room, living room, and kitchen. I have a V-Lite and it seems as if all the people working on the construction of this trailer had their electric screwdriver torque turned up to maximum.
Tomorrow is going to be spent on finishing all of the screw holes in the rest of the inside of the trailer. I'm using extremely small dowel rods and Gorilla glue to fill the holes and putting screws back in properly. Then I guess I'll check the outside of the trailer and do them too. I can hear the dealer scream if I told him to repair all of the screw holes under warranty. I guess I'm anal...if it needs a screw in it the screw should be tight and not stripped out. I have a supply of dowel rods and a big bottle of Gorilla Glue to go through. However, when I'm done I'll have a trailer that won't have loose screws in it other than the ones I have loose in my head. My DW is just as bad. She is replacing all of the curtains and we have only camped in it for 14 days.
For a very nominal fee, I'll offer my supervisory skills to anyone wanting to do the same. I guess my vent is over for now.