Originally Posted by 2016251RKS
Update. Did the walk thru, signed the papers. Despite having a checklist, they controlled the pace and the instruction(s). The hitch and brake set up went well. I'd like maybe a little more aggressive braking, but will try it for a while and see. (Tenkosha P3 set on .5)
Unfortunately...upon arriving home and set up in driveway, issues presented. Internal water system (see other posting); pinched water lines in bathroom (2 - 90* crimps in one line !) - hole in floor by kitchen corner; sinks leak - at the basin/strainer joint, not at the connections. Several other "little" items being discovered. Appointment made to return trailer the end of the month for the "punch list" to be completed. . . likely need to leave trailer and call back for it. . . not the best start. sent request to F/R - Surveyor about finding a closer facility to do the work...nada. 80 mile trip(s) in my future, just to get it "right". I should have sent them a list of specific items I wanted / needed instruction on. . . my bad. They should've ensured that the basic systems functioned. . . life goes on.
Hello from Western Chatham County! What dealer did you use? When we bought the Puma I took the floor vents out and cleaned saw dust and fixed a few things myself, did not want to go back to the dealer for minor repairs. We are buying the Surveyor from the same dealer, we will see how it goes, the DW and I will be in tune this time to check and look at everything.
Enjoy the new TT. A good first trip would be Falls or Jordan Lake, close to home yet far enough away to get away from it all.