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Old 10-21-2017, 09:56 PM   #521
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I purchased my 2014 Micro-Lite in March 2017. I purposely chose a lightly used TT w/o slides, w/o power awning(s) and w/o power jacks. Keep it simple & light weight. Yea I've had to fix a couple plumbing leaks, replaced wheels & tires, refurbished the FW tank supports, and continue replacing staples with screws as needed. But we enjoy our camper. I'm happy with it and its opened up a whole new world to my wife and I.

I am the warranty and I enjoy that!

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Old 10-22-2017, 03:54 PM   #522
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I bought a new 2018 micro Lite 25brds. To date, no issues. For trailer construction all appears good. Two minor things, one was on the exterior trim two screws were loose due to the holes in metal were to big. Just some screw glue and sealant used to fix. The other was the wiring for one of light switches was not wired correctly. Easy fix by dealer. All major components working fine.


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