I am starting to feel a little taken advantage of or very unlucky. We have had the worst run of luck getting parts for our motorhome and having poor quality repairs done. Are we just unlucky lately or are all RV parts and repairs poor quality?
We had a braking system put on that was hooked up wrong and caused our brakes on the toad to stick on. Also the charge line to the toad was not matched up in the plug so, no charge line and a series of dead battery days until the problem was identified.
Ordered a steering assist product and after installing it, found out it did not fit, as I was shipped the wrong kit to install the product.
We bought a surge protector that had a burned out board when it arrived and spent several hours to discover the product was faulty.
We had a new windshield installed only to have it leak the next time it rained.
And the current winner in frustration. We had new tires put on under the FMCA tire plan 60 days ago. Quite a savings and I would recommend using this plan. However, we got the coach back with a cracked windshield that the tire dealer denied cracking (hence the new windshield). Since the new tires we have had two flats due to failed valve stems. Both repaired at our expense. Hard to trust the remaining four tires. Purchased a new TPMS for piece of mind. So far it works well. It caught the second flat for us.
So far with the exception of the tire dealer not admitting fault or agreeing to cover repairs all vendors have stood behind their products and provided replacement parts and repairs. Still a big hassle and I am losing faith in companies making parts for RV's.
Am I alone in this??