Buying a Used RV

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This guide will teach you exactly what to look for and especially what to look out for when shopping for a used RV.

This fifthwheel has a small delaminated area just above the midpoint of the fender skirt … see the small bulge there? That indicates that de-lamination has started and will lead to further problems down the road. See anything else?

The large bulge in the siding between the awning arm and the fender skirt shows that the entire last third of this wall has suffered de-lamination to a major extent. All of the strength of this wall has been destroyed and the cost of repairing this damage would exceed the value of this older fifthwheel.

An exciting time, to be sure. Armed with the local classified ads, you head out to find your dream machine. You check out two or three and then … there it is … the perfect RV for you … The right floor plan, the most attractive decor and it just feels right!

But … before you plunk down your cash, check every item in this RV Buyers Guide.

If the RV passes all tests and the price is right – CONGRATULATIONS – you have found a gem.

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