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Old 07-18-2013, 10:15 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by lynnmor View Post
I have the same trailer that Myredracer owns. We have been thru way too much with this junk.

Here are some photos, you should get an idea of what to really look for.

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I just had the time to look at your photos. WOW! Thank God you have the skills you possess. I'd have shoved the thing off a cliff. In South Carolina we have a lemon law, but not sure it would cover campers. I think I'd have hired one of those dang lawyers for that! Bravo. You need to go into business.

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Old 08-02-2013, 11:30 PM   #16
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We just upgraded to a new 2012 Open Range travel trailer. It's rated for four season use because of the way it's built and the R-ratings. We also looked at Eagle Premier fiver which is also rated for four season use. Jayco makes the Eagle and a line of travel trailers that are all four-season rated. Seemed to me that there was a good selection.

As for quality?? We thought the OR's were of high quality, but now that we've been using it all summer, there are a few things that were not well put together (the counter, things not glued down, the spare tire was swinging and not locked down). I agree that you'll probably always find a few things that need fixing. My husband bought a 2001 Terry TT brand new, before we met, and said he had similar issues. AS long as it isn't something major, we just deal with it.

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