Even though we purchased the RV “as-is”, Rick offered to have the dealership pay for half of the jack repair since he wished he had checked the back and not only the front jacks. The spring that was removed was the wrong one and covered up the original spring that was broken and still firmly attached. There’s no way the dealer could have caught this during the inspection, so I was really happy they helped us out so much, so soon and covered half the cost. The RV Shop had to put the Bounder on a lift to completely remove the rear jack assembly so they could remove the original spring stub. While I was at the RV shop, Alice was stuck at the mattress store and the salesman got to hear about some of this crazy story I’ve gotten us into!
[…] and figured I’ll install once we get to Carmen’s but, have them on hand just in case. At this point I’m feeling deja-vu from our trip home after buying the RV. But we will press on like we did back […]