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Old 12-17-2017, 03:25 PM   #1
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It is getting close!!!

Should be doing a walk through in mid January, hopefully. It is a 2606ws, 2018. I have my PDI list, gleaned from a couple of sources and know about the bathroom door. I plan on splinting it when I leave after the inspection as they are delivering it for me. Will secure it to prevent the dreaded ripping off the ceiling. The roof has me worried as I run about 215#. Will the roof hold me? And finally, aside from everything on my list, are their any other common issues with the 2606ws I can expect? I know whether it is 25k or 125k their are going to be issues I am trying to avoid the big ones. This trailer will be parked for most of it's life on an island in Florida. My biggest worries are roof being intact and the slides working. We cook outside so the stove/oven are not great worries for me, but will go through it all. Hoping to spend the night in the rig at the dealer, hooked up and play with everything through the night and next morning before signing off. Thanks in advance for any additional thoughts. Scott
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Old 12-17-2017, 03:50 PM   #2
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Should be doing a walk through in mid January, hopefully. It is a 2606ws, 2018. I have my PDI list, gleaned from a couple of sources and know about the bathroom door. I plan on splinting it when I leave after the inspection as they are delivering it for me. Will secure it to prevent the dreaded ripping off the ceiling. The roof has me worried as I run about 215#. Will the roof hold me? And finally, aside from everything on my list, are their any other common issues with the 2606ws I can expect? I know whether it is 25k or 125k their are going to be issues I am trying to avoid the big ones. This trailer will be parked for most of it's life on an island in Florida. My biggest worries are roof being intact and the slides working. We cook outside so the stove/oven are not great worries for me, but will go through it all. Hoping to spend the night in the rig at the dealer, hooked up and play with everything through the night and next morning before signing off. Thanks in advance for any additional thoughts. Scott


You wii not have any problems waking on the roof, it is solid, just be careful with wet shoes also check to see if you have anything stuck in your shoes before going up the ladder.
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