Originally Posted by Bobby88
Hello, just bought a new 2010 Baystar this past April....looking forward to visiting the Newmar headquarters in April for year end warranty tweeks....don't know what to expect - I have been scheduled for around 3 days beginning April 10.....has anyone ever been, and I'll take any advise. Mine has done well except for the ride - a little rough on F53 chasis - changed to Koni shocks but I think I may be running too much air pressure - around 90*. I need to do the 4 corner weights.....I'm probably 10* too much...also got a major rattle around the front TV but can't figure out what it is....thanks for any comments and I'm glad I found you.
Bobby88, your inquiry probably should be a whole new thread since this one is about Comfort Drive, but I will respond none-the-less.
You will enjoy the experience at Camp Newmar. We were there a year ago. You will be assigned a personal RV Tech who will sit down with you in your coach and go over your "hit list" the first morning at 6 am. He and a helper will come and pick up your coach every morning at 6 am sharp. Have your jacks up and unhooked. They will deliver it back to your parking space in the afternoon (around 3 pm or so).
If you bring a toad, enjoy the Amish country. Make a loop to include Shipshewana, Elkhart, Goshen, and points in between. We loved the country and the Amish people. If you don't bring a toad, rent a car. It was a memorable experience for us.
Don't be bashful on your "hit list". We were adding minor items to ours during the trip to Nappanee. Your RV Tech will give you an idea of what they can finish within your timeframe or how much longer it will take.
They even checked some things which were not on our list.
2009 Newmar 42 ft. Allstar 4188, Wheelchair Accessible, 400HP Cummins ISL, Allison 3000, Mastertow Dolly, '98 Riviera