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Old 01-30-2016, 12:35 PM   #1
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I bought a new 2005 Keystone Outback and had nightmares. Just over a year old it had to have a whole new rubber roof. Apparently stretched too tight so along the whole edge of the roof (3 sides) it split out. Then after replacement we took it out and a section of the wall came off going down the interstate. Got that fixed and then it sat for 3 years. When we went out to get ready for another major trip I found a water leak where the new section of wall met the roof. It had leaked down the wall to where the floor near the back door was spongy. When I tried to take it to a repair shop the same section of wall came off on a different interstate. I complained to Keystone, Dycor roofing, and Good Sam as well as the dealer that did all the repairs. They said it was all my fault because I did not take it to the dealer every 6 months for re-sealing. This time I bought a well used older class C motor home. Pictures are of missing wall section and 2 interior photos.
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Old 01-30-2016, 04:11 PM   #2
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.......Got that fixed and then it sat for 3 years.
Congrats on the new rig! I am guessing that letting your old rig sit for 3 years caused some major issues to say the least.
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