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Old 09-17-2016, 05:28 PM   #1
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We are looking at a 365 5er, looking at Landmark or Redwood any known problems with either?

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My understanding is that the Landmark is a quality brand. However where we winter there are two of them and neither owner had anything good to say about them. The only thing I am aware of is the one guy showed me where the scrrws on the slide out were over torqued at the factory and a good number of them were held in place only by the paint. Hope that is helpful.


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All rvs have issues
WE have fulltime in our Redwood for the last 2 years and has been a great trailer. We have had minor issues most were supplier parts some was QC. There customer service has been very good and no issues with them. I would definitely buy another
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We are looking at a 365 5er, looking at Landmark or Redwood any known problems with either?
IMO there are no RV that are certified for full time living. Any of the websites I have visited will have a disclaimer somewhere that does not support full time living.

It is understandable. How do you prepare a unit that moves for the extreme differences in conditions which may be encountered?

I believe that it can be done as many have spent years living around the country in their RV. I would be most concerned with the ventilation of the unit if spending extended times with the A/C or furnace running. Condensation in the units may cause all kinds of problems.

Standard issues like the sealing of joints, etc will be the same regardless of full time or not.
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Try to find a leftover 2016 Lifestyle. One of the best residential 5ers made. They're going very cheap now because their parent company folded. You should get 40% or more off of list price. Excellent top of the line trailers.
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