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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-27-2008, 10:27 AM Thread Starter
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toy hauler warranty

do you think the warranty on a new stellar 38 ft 5th wheel is worth it
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it cost $3500 7 years/100% coverage

after reading our last trailer warranty .. it really doesnt cover anything..

we have up to a year to purchase it
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-27-2008, 10:52 AM
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I vote for yes on that one if you plan on keeping it , in seven years you could burn threw 3500 in repairs quite quickly. just need to make sure you stay up on the maintence

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if its truly 100% coverage, i say get it.
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It would really depends on what the warranty actually covers, most don't cover a whole lot that is worth the $$. If you are handy at all you should be able to keep the rig 100% all by yourself!
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my warranty is for 7 years, covers everything w/ $100 deductible for $1900? But I also only have a bumper pull 25ft



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post #6 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-28-2008, 02:42 PM
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read through it carefully then read it again. but i never personaly buy the warranties at time of purchase, pay cash at at a latter date that way your not financing the thing,and paying even more, and they pressure you into it at time of sale so fast, and tell you it covers everything, when it really don't cover shit. my $02
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With all the RV companys going under these days it might be a good idea to buy the additional warranty.
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Does the factory provide any type of warranty when you purchase it? If not then I would spring for it. If so, then you should wait your one year, see how things are going and revaluate the situation at that time.
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I have never seen a need for a warranty. Most appliances are covered by the manufacturer and if you need some simple repairs you can do those yourself or have a friend help. usually its leaky plumbing fittings. I would say save the money and use it for fuel...
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