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Old 03-30-2008, 10:46 AM   #1
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When we purchased our Cayman at the Monaco rally and did the walkthrough, it was decided that a couple items would be best resolved with a visit to the dealer (Guaranty RV) in Junction City, Oregon rather than the parking lot of the rally.

It was noted on delivery that there were a couple chips in the windshield and that it would be replaced. While we were parked at the campground in Santa Barbara for 3 weeks, one of the star-chips led to a crack and now it looks like our Cayman has a smile. (I added the red to the photo, not the windshield)
The little bit of carpet in the bedroom was dirty so they will clean it. There are a couple scratches on the floor (caused by trash under slide) and when they removed the small couch it chipped the floor, so they will repair a couple places on the floor. We also want a stronger latch on the drawer under the dinette. Both side cameras were a little cloudy on the last voyage and there is clearcoat overspray on the wheels. We're also going to have them review the paint and buffing, especially the black paint areas. We don't consider these to be too difficult and are very happy with the follow-through and customer service of Guaranty RV.

We have an appointment for April 20 and we are planning to arrive in the Eugene area the week prior to visit MonacoMama. Hope we see some other iRV2 members while we're there.
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When we purchased our Cayman at the Monaco rally and did the walkthrough, it was decided that a couple items would be best resolved with a visit to the dealer (Guaranty RV) in Junction City, Oregon rather than the parking lot of the rally.

It was noted on delivery that there were a couple chips in the windshield and that it would be replaced. While we were parked at the campground in Santa Barbara for 3 weeks, one of the star-chips led to a crack and now it looks like our Cayman has a smile. (I added the red to the photo, not the windshield)
The little bit of carpet in the bedroom was dirty so they will clean it. There are a couple scratches on the floor (caused by trash under slide) and when they removed the small couch it chipped the floor, so they will repair a couple places on the floor. We also want a stronger latch on the drawer under the dinette. Both side cameras were a little cloudy on the last voyage and there is clearcoat overspray on the wheels. We're also going to have them review the paint and buffing, especially the black paint areas. We don't consider these to be too difficult and are very happy with the follow-through and customer service of Guaranty RV.

We have an appointment for April 20 and we are planning to arrive in the Eugene area the week prior to visit MonacoMama. Hope we see some other iRV2 members while we're there.
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Old 03-30-2008, 12:01 PM   #3
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The Troll is wondering if you know about what day you will be hitting the Eugene area...there are "plans" to be made for your arrival!


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Old 03-30-2008, 01:22 PM   #4
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I'll check with the navigator/map reader/trip planner and let you know, if he knows. This 'not-having-a-schedule' lifestyle takes some getting used to. I don't know if I should slow down or hurry up.

(MM- Are you renting the dance hall?)
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by GoneFishin:
I'll check with the navigator/map reader/trip planner and let you know, if he knows. This 'not-having-a-schedule' lifestyle takes some getting used to. I don't know if I should slow down or hurry up.

(MM- Are you renting the dance hall?) </div></BLOCKQUOTE>I am just a lot envious of you not knowing if you need to slow down or hurry up ...as far as a dance hall...well you will just have to see what is in store for you... won't you!


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If the Camelot has issues we may still be there on the 14. Now we might have a super rally!
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