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Here is the link to the "frame crack" issue. 10 pages or so, and on the first page is a link to the 2016 posts that opened the issue.https://tab-rv.vanillacommunity.com/discussion/6542/frame-cracks-where-tongue-bolts-to-frame/p1
I think I read someplace the frames were made by Lippert? If so, same as about a million other RV's and definitely probably marginally adequate for pavement let alone rough use....
@N7SHG_Ham I figured as much. probably easier to just have someone build me a custom chassis based on the original. Worries me a bit to have the trailer off it while the work is getting done.A shame boondock mostly means cosmetics, I could be so much more
We bought our Outback knowing it wasn't an offroading camper, but it's fine for the FS roads we encounter in WA and OR. The extra clearance has helped with snow camping as well. Haven't seen a true off road camper with a wet bath, most just have sleeping and kitchen accommodations. Has anyone seen one with a bath?
Jenn Grover | 2015 [email protected] S Max Silver/Turquoise Trim | 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk v6 | Nights spent in [email protected]: 180 | Pittsburgh PA