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Old 10-01-2015, 07:05 PM   #1
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What do you think about this

Today I looked at a 2007 rockwood roo 25rs. The out side fiberglass is in nice shape but the rockwood decals are peeling up. The in side looks pretty much new. They are asking 6,995. This would be my first tt what do you think?

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Old 10-01-2015, 07:58 PM   #2
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peeling decals are common issue and will not affect the camper in any way. Check the roof for cracks in the seals around the edge and around any fitting. Also look for signs an water damage inside the cupboards. if everything check out and its something that fits your needs then go for it and enjoy the experience.

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If it hasn't been used much, it probably hasn't been maintained, either. If you're not experienced enough to check everything out, get someone to do that for you, especially the roof, caulking, and all seals. Also check for delamination in the walls. It may not show up until the unit is moved. Water damage can ruin a unit and make it unusable junk pretty quickly. The appliances and stuff are all the same in these things and used units are available. I think getting in with a lightly used unit is smart. You get to figure out if RVing is your cup of tea or not... and do that without losing a ton of money on a new unit... that quite frankly may have more problems than the used unit you're looking at. Enjoy.......!
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