I've been watching several discussions on the leaky Roos and thought I could finally chime in. My 2011 Roo 233s (purchased in 2010) had the new (2013) bunks installed earlier this year by the factory. It was in for several issues that my dealer could not seem to get right...specifically a slide-out issue was high on my list. While at FR, I told them my bunks had some seepage...according to FR, they were leaking like a sieve. They chose to retrofit mine for the newer style. We've actually not camped much this year (broke my ankle...while camping) and have seen very, very little rain since the new ends were put on. I specifically left it out in the rain for the last two days, as following these forum threads have concerned me and, so far, have not found any leaks. I hope luck continues to be on my side. Gregg Rollins and the crew at Forest River took great care of me and my Roo. I will echo that I understand and feel everyone's frustrations...we've all paid a sizable amount for a product that should be of higher quality. I personally picked up my camper from the Millersburg factory and talked at great length with Gregg Rollins about the Roo issues. I still feel confident that FR is trying to correct issues that they know exist...however, I also understand firsthand that correcting the problems cannot come quick enough for the owners. Again, I hope my luck continues and I hope that those with leaky Roos can get theirs to the dry side.
2011 Rockwood Roo 233S
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