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Old 05-26-2018, 02:21 PM   #41
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Worst camper I have ever owned. Problem after problem and camping world is a disaster to work with. If something could have gone wrong with our $ 90,000 unit it did. Walls falling in, molding falling down, glass doors falling off, a defective washer that was improperly installed, a failing wall behind the theatre seating...should I continue?
Warning, think twice, Iíd return this in a heartbeat if I could. It is our 7th unit...NOT so lucky #7!
Been there done that.In 1994 we purchased a Coachman TT at the local Rv show.It was a year long disaster and a complete piece of crap.We traded in at the RV show the next year.Took a lose but it was better than keeping that crappy TT.
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Old 05-27-2018, 01:17 AM   #42
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I had an Forest River prior to my Montana and it was a lemon just as Camping World was also. I kept it a year then traded for this one.Sometimes you just have to cut your losses and move on.
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Old 05-27-2018, 08:29 AM   #43
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Ours was a 2103 Crossroads 5'er that we ordered with every toy, full paint etc.... It was a nightmare, leaks everywhere, local dealer where we bought it (whom we bought from several times over the years) had it in multiple times fixing everything except one leak in the bedroom slide that they finally tossed their hands up in the air and said screw it we will send it back to the factory as we can't find it. We were so sick of constantly having it in the shop during the week getting fixed that we said naw don't worry about it and we dealt it..... Dealer dropped the Crossroads line immediately as he was having constant issues with all of em.... RV's will break, its a mini house on wheels going down the road at 65mph... I expect to fix small shite all the time, been RV'ing for 30 plus years and had lots of different units. Most real good, we live in the 3790RD about 7 months a year now and tow it all over so it's going to have more issues than a weekend warrior will using theirs so the expectations are that high. Until people quit buying due to quality issues the industry won't change. They'll pay shite wages to unskilled employees who throw them together in the little time they have been given to do their part and off she goes to the next station.... Remind ya of the auto industry in the 60's & 70's before competition from other country's woke em up and they were losing their markets....
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Old 11-26-2018, 04:29 PM   #44
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We have had our 3790 for two weeks now. Have the washer/dryer installed. Thanks for strong nephew. This is our third new fifth wheel and it seems to so much better than the others. One was 10 th anniversary 3000RK and the last was 2015 Fuzion 371. No comparison to quality.
One question for those 3790 and 3791 owners. When the kitchen slide extends or retracts it leans pretty good. I sent pictures to dealer and he says it is normal. I don't remember this on our 3000 rk, and the Fuzion was cable. Any thought?
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Old 11-26-2018, 04:44 PM   #45
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Our 2015 has since day one.........no issues...
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Old 11-26-2018, 07:04 PM   #46
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Same here slide leans, no problems so far ours is a 2017
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Old 11-26-2018, 07:21 PM   #47
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We have had our 3790 for two weeks now. Have the washer/dryer installed. Thanks for strong nephew. This is our third new fifth wheel and it seems to so much better than the others. One was 10 th anniversary 3000RK and the last was 2015 Fuzion 371. No comparison to quality.
One question for those 3790 and 3791 owners. When the kitchen slide extends or retracts it leans pretty good. I sent pictures to dealer and he says it is normal. I don't remember this on our 3000 rk, and the Fuzion was cable. Any thought?
Mine does the same thing, if you look at the slide wear bar on the dinette side it is different than the stove side. Not sure why they would use 2 different types of slide mechanisms but they do. I would check the material on the bottom of the stove slide for wear, mine is starting to fray in the middle and sides, this is less than a year out.
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