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Old 10-08-2021, 04:54 PM   #1
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Hats off to Dynamax

The wife, family and I have been RVing since 1995 when we ditched the tent for our first RV, a Fleetwood Flair. We've had our fair share of RV's since the Flair both used and new and none of them compared to the Dynamax.

We ordered our Dynamax in September 2020 and we picked it up in March '21 after a short 6-month build and delivery process (super fast before all the supply chain issues). The unit is an absolute beast as it pulls everything I hitch to it without any drama. Since 2014 we had two Jayco Seneca's (the first replaced by Jayco for ongoing issues) and a top of the line Thor Tuscany DP.

The Dynamax has been awesome with none of the issues we have had with the prior Seneca's and Tuscany. Both Seneca's had structural and quality issues, the Thor even with the 8.9 450HP Cummins was just a pig.

Every time I get into the Dynamax I can't wait to get back out on the road. I have dug into every part of this RV and I'm always impressed with the attention to detail. The lack of debris, wire nuts, screws and garbage under cabinets and drawers is amazing, I could fill a small bucket with the junk I'd find in the other rigs. All wiring and piping is clamped and secured, supports and backing plates everywhere, the exterior caulking is on point, just general pride of workmanship.

When you look at the custom paint Dynamax still sprays out, allows changes in the paint colors, offers the largest HP option in the class, offers the Explorer package, etc.

Although owned by a large corporation, it's still like a custom shop. Sorry for the long winded post, I just felt the need to express my thoughts.
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Very nice to hear, hope to be enjoying ours soon as well.



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We're picking ours up on Wednesday!


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We're picking ours up on Wednesday!


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