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Old 07-31-2012, 09:33 AM   #551
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I would like to pull a boat behind my Saber. Would I be able to install a hitch to the tubing that holds the sewer hose or should I add another to the side frame?
By doing this will I void any warranty
Year and model would help.
Anything done to frame will void warranty
Unless authorized by factory.

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Old 07-31-2012, 08:36 PM   #552
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I'm a new 36QBOK owner and I'm having an issue with warranty work. Couple of questions if you don't mind: How long should it take to get a replacement door assembly for the outdoor kitchen? I recognize the timing will vary but what is a reasonable expectation? Does the factory have to pre-authorize warranty repairs and if so, how long should the authorization take. I've been waiting over two weeks to get a defective slide repaired and the excuse I'm getting from the dealer is tht he is waiting on factory authorization. I'm skeptical. Looking forward to your reply. Thanks for your help.
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I would like to pull a boat behind my Saber. Would I be able to install a hitch to the tubing that holds the sewer hose or should I add another to the side frame?
By doing this will I void any warranty
Dear customer
First I would not do a "bolt on" to the tube bumper. If you weld to the frame you will void the warranty on the frame. I spoke to a lot of customer in the great lake states that add a boat hitch. If you decide to add one you will want a frame shop to weld it to the I-beam frame. Some underbelly might need to be dropped down to expose the frame.
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I'm a new 36QBOK owner and I'm having an issue with warranty work. Couple of questions if you don't mind: How long should it take to get a replacement door assembly for the outdoor kitchen? I recognize the timing will vary but what is a reasonable expectation? Does the factory have to pre-authorize warranty repairs and if so, how long should the authorization take. I've been waiting over two weeks to get a defective slide repaired and the excuse I'm getting from the dealer is tht he is waiting on factory authorization. I'm skeptical. Looking forward to your reply. Thanks for your help.
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If you will send me a PM with your name, vin number and name of your servicing dealership, I will ask the warranty department to look into it.
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Buying a Sabre 34tbok this week but have to travel so I have kind of limited communications with with the Salesman.
Question: will a stackable washer and dryer fit in the 34tbok or is my only option the snall washer/dryer combo unit? Thanks in advance for any advice you can give.
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Question: will a stackable washer and dryer fit in the 34tbok or is my only option the snall washer/dryer combo unit? Thanks in advance for any advice you can give.
Washer / dryer combo only.
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Ok, so here's another - we have the upgraded countertops in our 36QBOK. They appear to be a Corian-type of surface. The counter top came with 2 scratches in it and we've unfortunately added a couple ourselves in our first 3 weeks of ownership + use.

My cousin said he worked on Corian countertops for a while and that Scotchbrite was the best plan for removing and then buffing them out. Our dealer wasn't helpful saying that a whole new countertop would need to be ordered to remove the ones that came from the factory -- I think they're just not familiar with sold-surface countertops.

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(And funk-nabbit, I have another question... I'll be darned if I can't remember what it was!)
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Your answers have all been VERY helpful. Thank you! I love being able to use this forum to get so many different suggestions.
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Ok, so here's another - we have the upgraded countertops in our 36QBOK. They appear to be a Corian-type of surface. The counter top came with 2 scratches in it and we've unfortunately added a couple ourselves in our first 3 weeks of ownership + use.

My cousin said he worked on Corian countertops for a while and that Scotchbrite was the best plan for removing and then buffing them out. Our dealer wasn't helpful saying that a whole new countertop would need to be ordered to remove the ones that came from the factory -- I think they're just not familiar with sold-surface countertops.

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Dear Customer,
the following website does have information about removing scratches in the countertops.

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