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Old 11-04-2013, 10:09 PM   #1
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Rockwood warranty

Can anyone tell me if it's only a 1 yr bumper to bumper. Jaycos is 2. This may decide it for us.
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I would go with the Jayco over a Rockwood any day.

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Had 2 Rockwood units a ROO23SS, and an Ultra Lite 2604. Neither unit has any real issues requiring work other then 1 or 2 minor things when 1st picked up. Rockwood does offer a 2nd year warranty for $150. if that helps
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Yes on 1 yr for rock wood ... 2nd yr 150.00
Jayco 2 yrs
Find the floor plan you like and the bells and whistles you like and buy it
Remember to check weight for your tow vechile

I have a 2012 flagstaff 831 RKSS , rock wood is the sister with Forest river
We have had no issues
We had a tire blow out and sent in a claim to FR and they sent me a new tire
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Old 11-05-2013, 11:57 AM   #5
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we had 2010 VLITE Flagstaff (same as the Rockwood- same factory, same workers, etc.) and had no issues with their workmanship. it is a 1 yr warranty and you can still purchase a 2nd year warranty. good friend of ours just traded his Jayco in for a Rockwood.
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I am looking into the warranty thing as well. I was told by the guy who owns B&R Campers that you never need to buy a warranty, he said it costs 1000$ and 600$ goes directly to the salesman, 150$ goes to the dealer and the rest to the actual warranty. Not sure if any of this is true, but maybe you can find this out as well in your research.
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I am looking into the warranty thing as well. I was told by the guy who owns B&R Campers that you never need to buy a warranty, he said it costs 1000$ and 600$ goes directly to the salesman, 150$ goes to the dealer and the rest to the actual warranty. Not sure if any of this is true, but maybe you can find this out as well in your research.
are you looking into an extended warranty?- the Forest River 2 year gets paid directly to Forest River
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I'm looking for a rock wood 2306 with Murphy bed. Does the box length measure 23'6 I was told by salesman that the box is 20' but from hitch to bumper is 23'6. Confusing because most trailers measure the box as the number. Anyone have this unit or rockwood in particular? Issues? Advice?
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I'm looking for a rock wood 2306 with Murphy bed. Does the box length measure 23'6 I was told by salesman that the box is 20' but from hitch to bumper is 23'6. Confusing because most trailers measure the box as the number. Anyone have this unit or rockwood in particular? Issues? Advice?
Yes I have Rockwood, your 23 6 is the total length. Mines a 2109 which is 21 feet. Good idea to take at tape measure. You be coming up with ideas in your mind and need to measure.
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FWIW, KZ also has a 2 year warranty...
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