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Old 02-13-2016, 12:34 PM   #51
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Finster - sounds like you're getting a good deal. FYI - My experience on build time: I ordered my Mini Lite 2503S last year on Feb. 28. It arrived on June 6. 14 weeks.
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Hopefully it won't be delayed. We have a wedding to go to in North Dekota on the 21 of May. It's about 5 minutes from the Canadian border and there isn't a while lot of lodging up that way. We thought it would be a good first trip out.
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Old 02-16-2016, 08:48 AM   #53
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I purchased through RV One in Albany and had no problems, sales guy was very helpful. Only SNAFU was on PDI day they were supposed to help set up WDH I bought myself and they wanted to charge me but sales took care of the problem. I can't comment on warranty work since I have fixed any issues myself as they were all minor. They did find a problem with a stove burner during PDI and they fixed it right away. I would buy from them again.
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Old 02-16-2016, 01:41 PM   #54
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I purchased through RV One in Albany and had no problems, sales guy was very helpful. Only SNAFU was on PDI day they were supposed to help set up WDH I bought myself and they wanted to charge me but sales took care of the problem. I can't comment on warranty work since I have fixed any issues myself as they were all minor. They did find a problem with a stove burner during PDI and they fixed it right away. I would buy from them again.

Not an unusual situation. Most dealers actually are 3 companies under 1 roof ~~ sales, service, and store. Service techs usually are paid a portion of the work order. Sales compensates service for the PDI and minor stuff like installing your hitch.
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I never even discussed the wdh with the salesman. I bought a 1000/10,000 Equil-I-zer hitch online about two weeks ago along with the brake controller, harness and wiring. I planned on installing the brake controller and wiring before hand and assembling the hitch. I can install it on the trailer on the lot when I pick it up. If everything is assembled before hand I can probably get it on and eyeball the adjustment in about 20 minutes. Can't adjust it real close dry anyway.
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