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Old 09-07-2013, 02:26 PM   #9
TomHaycraft
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Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Round Rock
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Different construction in the nose cap of my Springdale. However, rippling noted in first month, sent pictures to the dealer, he forwarded them on to Keystone, warranty approved, nose cap replaced. That was almost a year ago, replacement is smooth along all the seams 11 months later.

For yours, if you've not already done this for documentation, take photographs as a pathologist would. Lay down 2 rulers, one to note distance from edge of trailer, the other to show how far back the bubble is now. Doing it in this fashion, you can take another photograph in a month to confirm whether the bubbles are getting larger, indication a progression of the separation. If it is progressing, you have reproducible evidence, hard for dealer or Keystone to deny.

Best of luck. Document. Document. Document.
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