Hi All, this is my first time in forum so here goes nothin....
Just bought a Forest River SunSeeker 2900 LE for the family. I don't know much about the Forest River brand so any information pro or con will be helpfull. I would like to know what I should "watch out for" on the unit. So far everything seems to work as it should. Has anyone dealt with the manufacturer on replacing damaged or worn items on the unit and how did that go? Well enough for now, I will wait to hear from the gang...
I don't have the same brand or model, but we love our TT and have had no problems. An ounce of prevention as far as maintenance is concerned is my motto. Welcome to the forum, there are lots of very knowledgable people here who can help with problems and make recommended suggestions to upgrade.
Welcome to the Forest River forums. We have a Flagstaff 26RKS and have had only one major issue (bad air conditioner) that was taken care of by my dealer. Otherwise things have been fine with it. We went out this past weekend to Gettysburg and I listed a few minor things I need to take care of before our next trip but nothing out of the ordinary.
Welcome to FRF. Watching out for ya here from Michigan.
Sure you will get lots of info here.
Wait....that is why you registered here in the first place.
Good people-good info.
__________________ Bob & Nina's Bunkhouse
1970's Coachman Crusader 30ft TT
Add In: Sarina (18), Susan (14), and dogs Midnight & Shadow
Hitched up to a White 1999 F-150 Ext. Cab
Number of days camped in 2014-2
(4 more days reserved)
Only minor problems with my Salem so far...
A leaky shower door. (caulked it myself)
A broken latch on the converter panel. (tiny plastic thingy, dealer is replacing under warranty)
Found a couple of spots outside needing re-caulking. (gaps)
Thanks for the welcome and info. My 2900 has already been recalked all the way around and all the running lights replaced... leds are brighter...so far we love the thing and look forward to traveling to many new places... maybe even michigan... (sometimes scarlet and gray are not welcome in michigan, or so i have heard...)