Originally Posted by jamesr3406
Upon doing research upon research, I would like try another direction. Which brand of fiver toy hauler should I stay away from?
here is a cleaned up version. with a few more items.
Too much copy paste from the complaint sent to the RV Factory. on last one.
Weekend Warrior by The RV Factory!!!!
The RV I regrettably own the 4250 which is way overpriced. Purchased January 2016
New windows in slides, Windows
on sides of slide units open into the seals, inside frame of unit.
Window coverings not installed properly all are uneven and some do not work correctly
Redo stepsFloor on the stairs bucklingWall on left wall of stair is coming loose at the bottom,
Put thicker and properly cut to size drawers bottoms,drawers in the bedroom all have bottoms that are coming off and had to be rebuilt/ some of the latches have fallen off completely or are loose.
Bedroom drawer slides and Kitchen drawer has lost ball bearings and no longer hangs straight needs new rails.
Install Refrigerator properly
Not installed right. Max ¼ inch around unit, yours 2 ½ around unit
Max 1 inch behind unit, yours about 2
Space between vents 63 inch, yours 61. Will need outside of slide modified to fix this one, with custom paint that will be a problem.
Quote from Manual. “the maximum clearances specified are necessary for correct refrigerator performance
Microwave oven is supposed to be a convection oven
Trim around the top of slide out in kitchen is falling off
Inside the kitchen cupboard on right has nails/staples sticking out into the cupboard/ missing a trim board
Door sill in living room has broken screws and is coming loose.
Put in proper duct work for furnace. Which means you need more than one in the living area, and larger ducts. Furnace cannot be used as the ducts are only 2” and this is causing it to overheat and triggering the safety mechanism to shut it off. This is a fire hazard!!! 37 outside best we got was 62
Repair Air-conditioner.I can feel cold air coming around the ceiling vent fan in bathroom when the air conditioners are running/ Questioning the existence of any connected duct-work.
Cable for rear gray water tank release bent at extreme angle and cracking/ shut off valve will not close all the way letting dirty water leak on ground. Someone has to crawl under the camper and push the valve while someone pulls the lever too close it.
Light above outside step latter is falling off/ only one screw was ever installed
Nut on hydraulic unit on dinette slide fell off, Slide units are not secure!!!!
No lock-nut on coach stove side slide
Bottom of unit has covering that is not intact Water collects in it and causing it to sag/ the seals are all coming apart. Potential for mold, mildew and rodent issues!! At least one screw has popped though.
Leveling jacks have never worked correctly Starting on the very first day at your factory when he could not get it off his truck. It takes 2 or 3 tries resetting the system before unit is level. After talking to Manufacturer of Leveling jacks, probably installed wrong.
Windows in garage leak.
Rear awning delaminating.
Awning touches slide, will cause premature wear. Loud cluck when extending.
Uneven tire wear from crooked axle
Parts falling off cabinets in bedroom
Booth dinette, fronts falling off seats
Wall falling apart in garage.
Grey water tank fell out. Only supported by light angle iron and #10 self-tapping screws. Black is held up same way. No under supports as a lot of manufactures do.
Couch slide out leaks.
Replace door for washer dryer closet. from improperly installed washer. No hose washers installed causing water to spray all over cabinet
valances falling off windows
Fender not installed right falling off. (first 2 weeks)
Support for wires on slides falling off
Brakes failed after 1800 miles. Windows on sides of slide units cannot open due to part still inside unit.
32. No grommets around hydraulic hoses showing signs of wear.
33. Bedroom door fell off. Ripped screws from ceiling due to the fact that they were only screwed into the thin plywood. No backup support.
34. Roof plywood so thin you cannot crawl on all 4s without cracking