Collier RV ran the seal tech test and found that the dealership didn’t do anything to seal the coach except for the one spot that I pointed out to them at the time we purchased it. They have to remove both the driver and passenger windows and seal up inside the walls and the roof leaks as well as the rear cap and all marker lights. So I approved getting the work done because, well, what choice do I have really and it should be ready by Monday or Tuesday.
I also received a response from the dealer about the warranty, they claim that I never had leveling system or slide out coverage even though it’s in my paperwork. He ended his letter saying I could get a refund check for $1,850.00 which would be sans slide out and leveling jacks coverage. I responded that my paperwork states they are covered and I only want what we have now, no more no less. Collier RV recommends Route 66 for the warranty so I am going for a quote from them since we’ll likely have Collier service the rig from now on.
More later as I find out. I consider this good news because we can finally get the leaks taken care of and we will be completely unplugged from our dealer and can move on to enjoying our RV finally.
Also, Collier will be at the Chicago RV & Boat show this week and weekend so we’re going to look at possible trade ins if the deal is right. I doubt we’ll be able to afford trading up but it can’t hurt to look right? Check out Collier at booths 6530 and 6735, might as well plug them!