We purchased our 377v in April of 2016 for a motocross trip to Georgia. The first trip was a disaster! Shower leaked inside and outside, kitchen sink drain leaked, nice gust of wind ripped the rear large screen, the A/C quit working, the LED strips above the sink came off. You name it, it happened!
Now, after 4 or 5 warranty trips (2.5 hours to the dealer each way), I have to make another trip. After this weekend of camping, I heard a loud screach when letting out the slides. I went outside and looked and the glides (or whatever they are) on the bottom edge of the slide is bent half way up the side of the slide and has also ripped the rubber gasket around the slide. I then looked at the other slide, it has started to bend and rip the gasket as well.
Since I assume these units were built in Indiana, and I live in Michigan, the weather is similar. When the builders put up all of the trim, they must have done it with ZERO humidity. Once the humidity built up in the summer, all of the cheap trim and moulding started to expand. Now, I have TONS of ripples in the trim (looks great on a $65K RV!)
TV problems? with the crappy cable management behind the TV, one of the kids pulled the TV out to swing it around, and pulled the cable right out of the back of the TV. another crappy design.
Now there are a few other rants, but these are my fault for not looking when purchasing the unit: how do you get on the rear bunk? there is no ladder. how do you get on the roof to clean the slides when staying in the State Parks? there is no ladder on the side or rear. What's the deal with this? My buddy purchased the Wolf Pack the same time as us, and spent $25K less, but he gets an outside ladder!
Icing on the cake....our kids race motocross, so we purchased this unit for that in mind. Our camping is usually every weekend at a race track in the middle of a field (no power, etc). We purchased the 377v with the generator. Looking on Onan's website, it said the unit would consume about 1/2 gallon/hour on full load. This was acceptable since we would be camping for only 48 hours per weekend. The 377v comes with a 30 gallon fuel tank. with this, I should get 60 hours +/- a few on a full tank. Since it was hard to tell how much fuel was in it when we purchase it, I couldn't confirm the size. Once we got it home and camped the first weekend (we had power that weekend), I ran the generator and fuel tank until it was empty. Taking it to the gas station to fill it, I expected 30 or so gallons. The pump stopped at 20 gallons. I confirmed that the fuel gauge on the RV said empty and full. I spoke to the RV dealer, they confirmed with Forest River that the unit should have 30 gallons. After my 5 trips to the dealer for warranty work, it still only hold 20 gallons. They keep telling me they are waiting to hear back from Forest River.
Needless to say, I doubt I will purchase another Forest River product.
Hoping someone from FR is watching and contacts me.
Sorry about the long rant. Oh yeah, the third axle brakes were never hooked up (I was crawling under the unit one day and saw wires hanging down). Dealer has since fixed these.