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Old 10-12-2019, 09:32 PM   #43
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We purchased a Grand Design 315RKTS at the LA RV show, and were impressed with the quality, certainly hard to find these days. Many trailers we looked at I could feel the floor flex under my footsteps. Poor finish, loose and misaligned cabinet doors, exposed wires, gaps. There are good brands out there though .
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I am telling you that quality in 2019 is better than quality was in 2008 thru 2012. Quality might not be good but it is better than 10 years ago.

I am looking at trailers that are using 12 year roofs vs 10 year roofs and using 5/8" tongue and groove plywood flooring. I am seeing better stoves better outside kitchens, all LED lighting, in general a better trailer than 10 years ago. I think the materials are better and build process is better. The Furrion stove was better for just one example.

Go look at a Rockwood or Flagstaff and tell me that is not a solid trailer.
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