It has been a year since we discovered the RV had a leak up front on the passenger side.
Since we bought the rig on 6/29/10 we have had the following done by both the dealer (almost everything the original dealer worked on, had to be fixed, again) a new dealer plus a body shop. Leak(s) repaired using SealTech ($1,800.00), the entire rig re-caulked (for lack of a better word), the hydraulic jacks repaired, 2 new front tires installed, the trim around the interior slide walls replaced, slide stop bolts installed, the generator tuned up, the generator exhaust replaced, the engine hood hinges re-welded, the V10 engine belt replaced, the engine battery replaced, the gasket around the entrance door replaced 3 times, third brake light replaced twice, both windshields and the entire gasket replaced (installed again by body shop), the windshield wiper arms repainted, the front of the rig repainted, the left and right fenders repainted, both exterior mirrors repainted, the side door handle repainted, the rear bumper repainted, the kitchen ceramic tile replaced with a wood floor, the slide topper replaced (twice, once by the original dealer, a brand new one by Collier RV), both tank vents replaced (one of them twice).
Work that I have done, repaired leaking AC unit (1st night in the coach!) re-wired front headlights, marker lights and turn signals (how could the dealer screw this up so bad?) re-wired the digital converter box, installed a new LCD TV, installed a DVD/VCR combo , installed a new Blu-Ray player, 3 hours total removing the Shabbona Creek RV letters from 3 locations on the rig and removing the almost permanent gunk they imbedded into the side walls, repaired broken water lines from last winter, repaired leaks in sewer compartment, installed new shower head and line, re-wired ACME tow dolly after company shipped it with faulty lighting.
There may be more but here is what’s left, replace water pump that Scott’s RV burnt out last winter and repair soft floor in the toilet room and if possible replace all ceramic tile with allure flooring so the toilet room and bathroom match. Possibly replace house batteries since I managed to squeeze another season out of them after Scott’s RV claimed they were bad last winter.
Whew, what a list, tell me folks, how do you feel about YOUR rig now?