I was more kidding, partly serious. When we bought, it was assumed that the trailer was checked out thoroughly. In watching the video, the trailer was partially inspected. It would be ridiculous for any manufacturer to offer a QC option. It would make the non optioned trailers look as though they had little or no QC. Which as it turns out, what we are getting. What I do know is that if an assemblers pay is based in part to passing inspections, the workmanship would improve. Keystone knows that but for some reason (money) they believe their current ways are fine. I would love to set up the program to remedy this issue but don't understand why anyone there doesn't.
2016 3160, Legacy, Sailuns, Splendide 2100 xc vented, 1 1/2" axle lift blocks, 2014 Ram 3500 SRW SWB 4X4 6.7 Aisin Mega Cab, EBC slotted disks and brakes, Titan fuel tank.