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  1. Snyderwheels
    Hi LazyBoy77. I just found this "conversation".
    I wouldn't say the repairs were extensive as they didn't tie up the coach for long periods. They included things like a leak in the hydraulic jack system, chassis AC repair, furnace repair, automatic step repair, DEF tank sensor replacement and front slide adjustment. The DEF sensor was the only one that kept us off the road but we got the repair done at a Freightliner shop and were on our way in about 24 hours. Then of course there are the driver error problems like ladder replacement (low branch in a camp ground) and a little touch up paint on the right rear basement door (narrow lane and high curb on the bridge to Cape Cod).
    I've also heard the stories about the quality of new coaches but I think it cuts across all of the manufacturers. I think part of the problem with MH's is the number of systems involved. You're moving a house down the highway and even the smoothest roads have their share of bumps.

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