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I owned three trailers over the years, all were used.

When buying used, look at the walls, corners, windows, doors, floor, ceiling and roof for stains or soft spots, denoting leaks = rot = $$$ repairs

Look closely at all pull-outs for leaks and damage and make sure the pull-out work.

There are a couple of sites that can help you develop a better, more complete check-list, covering things most of us would not think of.


For my last purchase, I fooled and frustrated the repair people at the dealership where I bought my Forest River motor home.

I bought one that had been rented the year before, so anything that was going wrong had been ID'd and fixed. (Or they couldn't rent it!) so don't overlook that option.

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