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Old 03-10-2012, 10:54 PM   #1
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Any frame's with issues ?????

Hello everyone , trying to find out before I buy a 27 hfs if there has been any frame issues with these toy haulers or any other major issues with them after being used for a while before I sink my hard earned money down on one of these, Thanks
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Old 03-10-2012, 11:01 PM   #2
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It probably doesn't matter. I was feeling real smug about not having any frame problems with my 2009 Puma 27 FQ. Today I found a broken frame support between the I beams. Lippert and their darned cheap frames got me. The cross brace just to the rear of the entrance step broke. Lippert uses old budweiser cans to make their frames. Welder is being called out Monday morning to fix another Lippert screw up because of them using metal that is too thin.
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Old 03-10-2012, 11:14 PM   #3
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It blows my mind that there are so many frame issues with rv's , this would never happen on cars and trucks !!! How come this stuff goes on in the rv world and seems like nothing is being done about it ??? I mean pulling all that weight down the highway and the main foundation of the rv's are coming apart , 1st thing is you have to start with a solid foundation and then build from that , are there no codes in place about building frames for these things??? And how many other companies are using there frames ???? Seems like many use there frames!!!!
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