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Joanne Overton
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Joanne Overton

We took a tour of the REV factory in Decatur in June. All they talked about is quality control. They ‘re making these rigs bigger but not better. I’ll keep my 2002 Holiday Rambler, which they said was made in HR’s “Golden Years”. I saw people with brand new rigs coming in for major repairs after paying Big Bucks for this so called quality control.

Jerry D Matthews
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Jerry D Matthews

That seems to be the problem. They TALK about quality but don’t implement it.

Jim
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Jim

Outside TVs have to be one of the worst ideas from the industry. I understand that people want them but we already intrude enough into each others space.

Why give the inconsiderate yet another tool to annoy their fellow campers?

Gary R
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Gary R

I agree and would add outside speakers to the growing list of bad ideas on RV’s. Every time I turn on my entertainment system, I have to remember to turn off the outside speakers so that I don’t blast my neighbors. And I sure don’t want to be blasted!

RV manufacturers should stop adding crap to RV’s and concentrate on improving quality and workmanship.

Paul Schwengel
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Paul Schwengel

Well said!!!

Marcel Ethier
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Marcel Ethier

Totally agree

Dan Coffey
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Dan Coffey

Chuck:
I know that you write about the quality and conditions of RV’s. After a tour of the Fleetwood factory in Decatur, IN, wondering how in the world any coach or motorhome comes off the line that isn’t perfect?
All they talk about is quality etc. checking.

Bob Wexler
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Bob Wexler

I agree the Fleetwood tour is impressive. However they advocate factory delivery which allows 2 or 3 days to find and correct flaws.

If the quality was really that good, how could they find 30 to 100 problems to fix?