Originally Posted by lynnmor
If your issue isn't a safety issue, I doubt there would be a recall. I have come to the conclusion that the typical trailer is just a heap of inferior raw materials and the buyer is left to fend for himself.
That is what I'm starting to believe....
As a owner, you have to be diligent in keeping a close eye on all areas of the RV at all times. I have yet to talk to Keystones Custom Service since I did a temporary fix. The only thing I can say now is that it is a "slide issue".
Once I have exhausted any resolution to the mis-engineered problem, I'll post exactly what has happened.
If my temporary fix can get me thru the rest of the season and Keystone stands behind "their" design flaw and takes care of the issue at the end of the season, I can deal with that. But last week the dealer they want me to take it to, says 4 weeks to even pull it into the lot to take a few pictures, and who knows how long to fix and get approval??? It could end the season for me.
I bought this RV to use, not look pretty in the back of a dealers lot. The pictures I took ( 15 of them ) with lighting, clearly shows the issue. I have sold 1000 items on Craigslist, 15,000 items on EBay, I sure as H_ _ L know how to take a picture.
I'm leaving on a 15 day trip later in the week, so there was no way I was handing the keys over to anyone to keep her hostage