Originally Posted by Germanrazor
Not familiar with those two but we bought from CW and had no issues. Just make sure wherever you buy you do a very detailed what they call a PDI I believe. I call it plain and simply an inspection of all things. Do not for get the roof also. When I say roof....I mean get on top and inspect it for any membrane tears or issues.
If you donít know what to look for when inspecting, I believe the PDI has a checklist for you. Donít be afraid to demand things fixed prior to riding off or you may have a harder time getting it done in a timely manner.
Do the PDI and require repairs and corrections BEFORE
signing any acceptance documents and providing payment. Unlike autos, expect something will need to be fixed. Be very aware of your financing. I've heard stories of CW providing financing for 20 years! Do that and you will be upside down for a LONG time. Make sure you have enough tow vehicle for the trailer - many auto and RV salespeople will let you drive away with a substandard setup.
When you do the PDI, have someone video it. You will get a lot of information and it is easy to miss or forget some of it.
There are documents to support the PDI in the library on this site.
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