Originally Posted by Vern
Interesting...My Windjammer was built there at Millersburg, too, and there have few very few issues with it. Tip of the hat to the Millersburg plant!
Well I have had a Rockwood popup, Rockwood TT and now a Greywolf TT. We have not had any issues as described above. So I have posted here some what complaining but I really cannot. I am handy and willing to work on the small things. I guess we also must have been very lucky with our purchases.
But I do agree, people want everything perfect, now and free. But in their defense the sticker said my MSRP was some $35,000 (complete BS IMO) that I could by for $20,000 something. For 35 grand they can at least look like they thought out the way they build them. I understand things go wrong, it is a shed / house on wheels rocketing down a road. But with that said, it is a house on wheels rocking down the road.... Brad nails do not work! LOL
But I just accept the fact that this is what it is and buy screws that match the paint color and just start replacing things. I caulk the 1/4" gaps between my shower enclosure and move the door knob so it actually lines up with the door frame (off by 1") and re-seal the seams they seem to have forgotten about.
But, with all that I will still keep buying FR because it is how they all seem to be. This is the standard that is apparently acceptable, at least as of now.