It is a bit concerning to me that the paperwork/manuals for my rig are often vague and sometimes outright wrong!
I have a 2007 Sea Breeze 1311; the bedroom slideout started acting up and we came home early to get it checked out.
All the literature says that we have RBW slideout mechanicals. Reading up on iRV2 I was getting concerned because there are a lot of negative postings about RBW.
I was able to get into a repair shop and have a mechanic look at the motor (which has a cracked gear casing) and he discovered that I have PowerGear slideouts! (which seem to have a larger fan club)
What gives? Did National RV have a unique issue with this kind of wrong information, or is it more industry-wide? The manual shows a water filter under the galley sink that just isn't there. It talks about the spare tire but I had to buy one because there was none. It says we have a 75 gallon gas tank, but ours is a 100 gallon tank. (which is great!)
We had a Coachmen Class C for 8 seasons, and all the literature seemed to be correct for what I actually had.
We took a chance buying an orphan like our Sea Breeze, but it seemed so right for us we jumped in. I can only hope we're not going to rue the day we made that decision.
So much about this coach seems great.
I hope it really is, overall.
So, should I just relax, get the slideout fixed, and resume motoring? Am I alone in these concerns?