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Old 12-07-2022, 08:38 AM   #21
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Good evening, what is the approximate cost of a repair, changing the entire floor of a 2015 passport
You might be able to find that information from your insurance company (if they've paid that type of claim) or from your dealership or other dealerships, if they've done that kind of repair and are willing to talk to you about their previous repair charges.

I don't believe you'll get any information from Keystone about their expenses in specific warranty repair programs. Heck they won't even disclose a wiring diagram to the public.

But, if I had to make a SWAG, I'd guess that the "dealership charges to replace the entire floor" would probably be as much or even more than the current value of the RV. It "MIGHT" be a few bucks cheaper at an independent RV repair facility, but as Marshal stated, few, if any of them would have the facilities in which to perform that kind of repair.
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Old 12-09-2022, 05:17 AM   #22
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Thank you very much for the answer, it is interesting, since this RV is legalized in Chiapas, Mexico. I dedicate myself to construction and I have the space and people trained in electricity, plumbing, etc. On the other hand, we do not have the experience in manufacturing them, so by disassembling it carefully, I am sure we will learn a lot. I will try to connect with a distributor of the factory to have all the support to obtain the spare parts that are necessary for us, perhaps we will get to give in Mexico a good maintenance for this equipment, what is not a business for you can be an opportunity for us Thank you
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Old 12-09-2022, 07:49 AM   #23
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Removing the upper shell from the floor is made more difficult because Keystone LOVES staples. Almost everything is stapled instead of screwed down. Lots of staples. Heavy stuff may have some screws but staples are a staple of Keystone building.
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Old 12-09-2022, 08:33 AM   #24
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Thank you very much for the answer, it is interesting, since this RV is legalized in Chiapas, Mexico. I dedicate myself to construction and I have the space and people trained in electricity, plumbing, etc. On the other hand, we do not have the experience in manufacturing them, so by disassembling it carefully, I am sure we will learn a lot. I will try to connect with a distributor of the factory to have all the support to obtain the spare parts that are necessary for us, perhaps we will get to give in Mexico a good maintenance for this equipment, what is not a business for you can be an opportunity for us Thank you

There are many videos showing the construction of various Keystone RVs on the internet. Before trying to "deconstruct" one I would suggest watching those videos to give yourself a leg up on the methods used - they are not built anything like a normal structure.
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Old 12-11-2022, 06:39 AM   #25
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Yes, thank you very much, I have seen many Keystone videos, perhaps not all of them, however, I have not yet found any that show the resistant elements that the system receives, such as the Hyperdeck, with wood that was used in the Passport 2015, Thank you very much
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