Just trying to find more out about my 2007 Monaco Cayman and especially about the roadmaster chassis. I had a trailing arm brake into at 40 mph and almost lost control of the coach. It is fixed with the new version arms at a cost of almost $3000.00. I bought the coach new and was never notified by either Monaco or by Roadmaster of the defect. I would think that someone should have been responsible for at least notifying the owner of the problem.
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