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Old 08-24-2015, 08:00 PM   #1
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Anyone have problems with the roof lifting and tearing the rubber roof on there rig? We have had for 4 months and having issues and Cruiser is not wanting to cover under warranty.

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Old 08-25-2015, 09:32 AM   #2
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Well, here's ONE problem mine has not had.

That's a bummer! What are Cruiser's reasons for not covering it?
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They said it is normal for it to be lifting and it looks like rubber roof was cut. I was livid. First off who would go and do damage to there roof just so it can sit in shop during a time when I could be using it. They also said it's cosmetic . I told them they had better resubmit claim, which they are doing and if I do not get the answer I am looking for. Well let's just say the corporate headquarter will be hearing from me and I will blast social media in regards to it. You do not sell a product such as this and not stand behind it. If there has been shorty workmanship done then you fix it.
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Michellep, What other problems have you had with yours?
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I can't even remember them all. I pick the thing up tomorrow - it's been in the shop for 4 weeks and 1 day this time - they were waiting on delivery of the replacement exploding window.

To be honest, not ALL of the problems were the fault of CruiserRV. Sad thing is I got this Fun Finder based on my excellent experience with my 2008 X-160.

The Atwood refrigerator nightmare has been solved this past month - Atwood paid to replace their fridge with a Dometic 2662 - that's a pretty bad problem when a company agrees to place with a competitor brand!

The water pump was a ShurFlo issue.

The MaxxFan problem was the result of an almost tornadic wind.

That's all of the appliance issues I can recall.

I have had 2 major leaks - TWICE each. I guess the TWICE part would be the dealer's fault.

Dinette table fell apart first time I tried to make it into a bed - Cruiser used staples instead of screws. I have fixed that.

Bathroom door wouldn't stay closed. Cabinet door was cracked. There was no board up in the bunk, so when you laid up there, your body pushed the cabinet doors open. The bench seats in the dinette couldn't be lifted without a great struggle. Screen door wouldn't stay closed - they had the wrong "sided" handle on it. Trim molding coming off in several places.

I can't remember any others right now, but there was more. All of those things would have been easy fixes for most of you here. Not me, though. I scare myself with a drill or a saw.

But I am over my "I'm going to sell this POS" attitude. My attitude once again is "Nothing else could possibly go wrong...it's all been fixed."

If you don't laugh, you'll cry! I love the trailer's layout and there's nothing real similar on the market; I don't want to take the financial hit of getting rid of it and buying a new one, especially with the dang market being so fussy this past week or so!
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Just my comment/opinions here:
I have a 2012 XT276 toy hauler I purchased sight unseen over the internet from a dealer about 300 miles away as no Cruiser dealer closer that responded well to emails. My first ever owned camper.

The dealer must have performed the 'dealer check out and prep' well as I've had zero issues with any appliances, no leaks, and everything functions as it should. I've made a few personal changes to suit me but have never been back to the selling dealer or any other for any service.

I did 'tweek' a few things: the front door closure arm; one inside door latch so the door would latch; a kinked tub/shower water line; tightened the garage area tie down rings; and after 3 years replaced the Interstate battery with an deep cycle AGM Optima battery.

I'm very satisfied and paid less than some for the same unit or similar of a different brand.
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