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Old 01-04-2006, 03:47 PM   #1
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Why is it the responcibility of the purchaser to have his RV alligned? The $$ we spend on these shouldn't this be done at the manufacturer/coach builder? We don't add that much weight to them when we buy them that it would change the allignement and it is a pain in the you know what to find a place to do it and make the time to get there. thanks for letting me blow off steam. Scotty.
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Why is it the responcibility of the purchaser to have his RV alligned? The $$ we spend on these shouldn't this be done at the manufacturer/coach builder? We don't add that much weight to them when we buy them that it would change the allignement and it is a pain in the you know what to find a place to do it and make the time to get there. thanks for letting me blow off steam. Scotty.
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Some manufacturers do an alighment and others will pay to have it done within a 30 or 60 day time frame when the coach is purchased. Unfortunately not all will do either. Be sure to load the coach the way you fell you want it, get all four corners weighed; preferrably indipendently. If you are balanced and with in the weight rating then get the alignement done. You can always argue with the manufacturer to pay for this and maybe they will concide and do it at their expense. Good luck.
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