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Old 11-05-2015, 05:23 AM   #29
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Which i assume is better than a new wall because they won't have to break the seals?
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Old 11-05-2015, 05:29 AM   #30
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Have tem get a spare tire carrier and a spare with a nice cover to bolt on to the rear bumper. This would cover the spot and it is something handy to have anyway.
Once it is patched if you can't see it you won't worry about it.
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Old 11-05-2015, 07:22 AM   #31
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Which i assume is better than a new wall because they won't have to break the seals?
That IS the wall. So yes, all the seals from the bottom to top of the wall, and side to side have to be removed. Can it be done right? Easily. But easier done at the dealer.

Still, I'd want fiberglass gel coat repair done right.
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Well the trailer has been returned to my driveway with the wall skin replaced. I knew I wouldn't be happy with the patch so we decided this would be the best route to take. It looks 100% and hopefully will stay that way. They will look it over in the spring to ensure it wintered well.

One other thing they got the pleasure of doing was unplugging my black tank. Turns out the manufacturer left the cut outs in the tank and just my luck it blocked the drain pipe. You'd think it would be easy for them just to pull it out at the factory....

Thanks to El Niño there has been no snow here yet. Time to get it to storage while the roads are clear.
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Old 12-10-2015, 11:25 AM   #33
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Thanks for the update glad your happy with the repair!

Now have some fun and happy holidays
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You did well considering their fine print on the service form that you signed probably indemnifies them against any and all damage regardless of how it was caused.
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You did well considering their fine print on the service form that you signed probably indemnifies them against any and all damage regardless of how it was caused.

Yes I did. But they seem to be really up front to deal with on everything and they took ownership right away. In the long run that's the smart thing to do, especially in a business where people upgrade frequently. Not to mention the effect that social media could have on a business in a hurry. It would cost them a lot more in the long run!
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You did well considering their fine print on the service form that you signed probably indemnifies them against any and all damage regardless of how it was caused.
Who would sign such a thing.

Sorry customer our drunk ass mover backed your rig into a pole and totalled it...we can now sell you this new 100k unit. Sorry it's being serviced at your facitlity what ever you **** up is your problem now...that's why you pay much deniro in insurance.
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Fine print, at least in this type of case, is to discourage you from exercising your rights. please read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bailment If they damaged it it shouldn't matter what documents you may have signed, they are responsible and they know it.
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Fine print, at least in this type of case, is to discourage you from exercising your rights. please read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bailment If they damaged it it shouldn't matter what documents you may have signed, they are responsible and they know it.
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Yep. It's also a contract of adhesion:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standa...ts_of_adhesion

ie: Any form with fine print where you are not given the opportunity to negotiate the terms is subject to unconsionability doctine. ie: If the terms are so unreasonable that no reasonable person would accept them, those terms are discarded.
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