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Old 09-17-2006, 05:51 PM   #1
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I did a search and noticed I am not alone. In a little over 2 years both driving lights have fallen off, the front generator access hinges have come unglued and the worst was today returning from a local camp out the rear engine cover flew off. The fifth wheel following me missed it and let me know. Now It has to be repaired (major road rash) repainted and put back on. I noticed the hinges have come unglued where they meet the rear cap. Come on Winnebago can't you come up with another way to attach these items?
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I did a search and noticed I am not alone. In a little over 2 years both driving lights have fallen off, the front generator access hinges have come unglued and the worst was today returning from a local camp out the rear engine cover flew off. The fifth wheel following me missed it and let me know. Now It has to be repaired (major road rash) repainted and put back on. I noticed the hinges have come unglued where they meet the rear cap. Come on Winnebago can't you come up with another way to attach these items?
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Winnie had some glue problems for sure. Maybe call them and ask them if they won't take care of the problem as a customer satisfaction item. I had one small spot of a fiberglass wheel opening cover come loose but they fixed it.
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