Well, after a VERY long day at the dealership, and then 9 hours on the road (7 hours driving, the other for stops), we finally have our 233s sitting in our driveway.
I went over it as best as I could before signing any papers, but even trying to slow the guy down who showed it to me, we kinda glossed over some areas.
I know that I was lied to by him. He told me several times about how he had just made sure that something worked this morning for me, but when I went to check it out myself, the item had not even been removed from its packaging. I called BS on him a couple of times and he would just say "well, I am doing 8 of these walk throughs today, and I may be confused as to which trailer is which"...... yeah.....
Anyway, everything works as it should so far. But I have been going over it with a more fine tooth comb today and noticed some things that didn't catch my eye before. I found that the roof is covered in the black dots already (mildew? mold?). And there is surface rust all over the place. It is amazing how jacked up these trailers can get just sitting
on a parking lot!! Is it normal for trailers to "age" just sitting there?
What do you all use to clean the rubber looking stuff on the roof? I want to make it perfectly white again if possible.
I'm sure Ill find more "things" to be a little aggrivated about as time goes on, but mostly we are happy and can't wait to go camping.
Thank you all
for the help and advice you have given to me so far. I will be here alot I'm sure; asking and helping others when I can.
PS: To those of you who helped with my Suburban worries. It towed just fine. I noticed the rear is a little "squishy" because of the LT suspension. I have airbags to install when I have time. Also... some of you were right when you told me I wouldn't be happy going up loooong hills... now I have the itch for the 2500 8.1 ltr Suburban so I can yank that trailer around without worrying about it!