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Old 10-16-2015, 09:46 PM   #1
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New member from Colorado...

Just picked up a '15 WildWood (28' DBHD) in DFW last weekend... 1,700 miles in three days. Spent the rest of the weekend at the lake once we got home, needed to decompress. We are previous TT owners... It's been about six years since we sold.
First thing I will be searching the archives for is input on how to deal with front cap damage; literally 10 minutes after closing the deal, a dump truck in front of us kicked up a piece of channel iron and threw it into the trailer cap; 2" or less from coming through the windshield straight at my wife.
Will also be looking at roof rack options for kayaks and such.

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Old 10-17-2015, 09:02 AM   #2
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Wow! Glad no one was hurt. You were real lucky!

I had a TV antenna come out of a contractors pickup a few years back. It hit my windshield which then exploded and filled the cab with glass fragments. It missed my head by only a few inches.

I would just find a RV dealer near you that has a good reputation for fixing body damage. Insurance I would think would cover it.

Anyway, welcome to the forum.

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Old 10-17-2015, 10:58 AM   #3
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Glade everyone is ok. Welcome to the forum. As long as you have insurance I'd just take it to a RV dealer in your area and have them make the repairs. Later RJD
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