Originally Posted by red_wht
I hadn't thought about that. Think I will let them know we have a trip planned next month. I have an axle that has a leak, my HWH jacks and a slide lock not working. We have never had one this nice before and want to take care of it. We were fortunate that it being an 08 but everyone thinks it's new or near new. It has been well maintained and will probably be our last so I felt I needed to take care of it as best as we can.
Before you take it in, make a list and prioritize the work that needs to be done. If there are things that you can "live with" for a while, then tell the dealer that, but ask if they can get it =all= done by X date. If not, then give them the priority stuff to fix. PITA to do it that way, but you at least get to enjoy it.
FWIW, a guy from church bought a really nice TT, like $100k MSRP nice, and had nothing but trouble with it. It literally spent 9 months of its first 12 in "covered storage" (i.e. in the shop) at CW getting stuff fixed. He'd call them and tell them that he was going camping in X days and to fix what they could and button it up before he came to pick it up. He'd go camping, take it back and give them an update on the =new= stuff that now needed to be fixed or re-fixed. Luckily, almost everything got fixed and, because there were some things still "in process" when the warranty ran out, they were still covered 2-3 months later. :B