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Old 12-09-2012, 11:46 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by wincrasher View Post
If you go on the Forest River forum, you'll find a lot of posts about Roo's leaking tent ends. Tread carefully with a Roo that is only a couple years old - somebody may have just gotten rid of a set of headaches.

There should be alot of hard sided small tag-alongs available in a price range where you don't have to finance. Especially here in the winter months, you should be able to find a fantastic deal.

Good luck in your search!
Thanks for the heads up. I checked on both FRF and RV.net and some people do have problems with tent ends. Many more people say they have none or occasionally when driving through a monsoon. I figure, just like the Jeep forum I belong to, most people come on these when they have a problem. People aren't going to post "Hey, I have not had a leak for 3 years". People will post "This f&#$*$ camper is a piece of s#*$& and it does nothing but leak". The way I see it, the one I am interested in, it has just one tent end, so that is 2x to 3x less likely to leak than one with 2 or 3 tent ends.

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Two campground acquaintances of ours have the identical model of pop out tent end travel trailer. In fact they were picked up within days of each other from the same dealer. One has been back for leak problems numerous times and the other has never had a problem. Go figure.
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