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Old 12-04-2015, 03:29 PM   #127
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I'm curious what Parkliner's warranty was on new FGRVs? 12 months?
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Old 12-04-2015, 04:21 PM   #128
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Old 12-07-2015, 11:56 AM   #129
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They didn't do very well on honoring my concerns in 2014 when I hauled my egg all the way down there for a week. I should have stayed there, but trusted them, left my truck there and flew home. Oh well.

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Old 12-07-2015, 07:44 PM   #130
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I thought that the warranty was for the original owner, Frank? I believe you mentioned in the past that you purchased your ParkLiner used from another person and also found out that it had been in an accident? IF that was the case, where does the Company draw a line? Yes, probably should have bought an Escape, but hindsight is 20-20.

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Old 12-07-2015, 08:12 PM   #131
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Parkliner made a very fine FGRV with lots of innovative ideas but, as the owner stated in the offer to sell, he was an engineer, not a marketing person, and it showed.


The good news: The new owner will have nowhere to go but UP.


The Bad News: The new owner will have nowhere to go but UP.


Let's wait and see......
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I thought that the warranty was for the original owner, Frank? I believe you mentioned in the past that you purchased your ParkLiner used from another person and also found out that it had been in an accident? IF that was the case, where does the Company draw a line? Yes, probably should have bought an Escape, but 20-20 is hindsight.

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Linda, I did not know the egg had been in an accident, number one. Number two, I was told that warranty issues would be dealt with if I got the egg down there for a week. I did not find out the egg had been in an accident until I went down to pick the trailer up and good old Chandler hisself told me that. Once he told me, lots of things made sense. Basically, they outright lied to me and treated me like crap.

You may have read this and that here and there, but no one really knows what went on between that company and me but me and Chandler. You'll have to suffer.

I've never known when hindsight hasn't been 20/20.

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Old 12-07-2015, 09:26 PM   #133
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Parkliner made a very fine FGRV with lots of innovative ideas but, as the owner stated in the offer to sell, he was an engineer, not a marketing person, and it showed.


The good news: The new owner will have nowhere to go but UP.


The Bad News: The new owner will have nowhere to go but UP.


Let's wait and see......
Agree with you totally, Bob. I hope they get it right. I still think they have a fantastic design. Now maybe some customer service and half the battle is done!
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Old 12-07-2015, 09:41 PM   #134
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Let's each put $5.00 in a pot and guess what the date will be for their first delivery.
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Old 12-07-2015, 09:57 PM   #135
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Linda, I did not know the egg had been in an accident, number one. Number two, I was told that warranty issues would be dealt with if I got the egg down there for a week. I did not find out the egg had been in an accident until I went down to pick the trailer up and good old Chandler hisself told me that. Once he told me, lots of things made sense. Basically, they outright lied to me and treated me like crap.

You may have read this and that here and there, but no one really knows what went on between that company and me but me and Chandler. You'll have to suffer.

I've never known when hindsight hasn't been 20/20.

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I'm confused.. did Chandler wreck the trailer? If so then he should have fixed it. if not.. then not.
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I'm confused.. did Chandler wreck the trailer? If so then he should have fixed it. if not.. then not.
Well, companies often recall vehicles that are well out of warranty. I suppose if he didn't care about remaining in business, then he wouldn't worry about fixing basic build and design issues.
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Old 12-07-2015, 10:27 PM   #137
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Let's each put $5.00 in a pot and guess what the date will be for their first delivery.
That is so funny! lol
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You may have read this and that here and there, but no one really knows what went on between that company and me but me and Chandler. Frank
Not sure about this comment Frank as you've been pretty vocal in your posts of the "he said, she said" since you took it back to them. At least that is how it comes across to me from all of them. You have said you like it and are going to keep it.
I've had a couple vehicles over the years that I would dovetail to your experience but I chalked it up to life's learning experiences (I've got a number of entries in it) and let it go because my blood pressure was way more important than the $$$$ it cost me. I've always said it's green and dirty and I can't take it with me. Life's to short and I'm getting closer to the upper end of the run . Happy traveling and camping.
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Not sure about this comment Frank as you've been pretty vocal in your posts of the "he said, she said" since you took it back to them. At least that is how it comes across to me from all of them. You have said you like it and are going to keep it.
I've had a couple vehicles over the years that I would dovetail to your experience but I chalked it up to life's learning experiences (I've got a number of entries in it) and let it go because my blood pressure was way more important than the $$$$ it cost me. I've always said it's green and dirty and I can't take it with me. Life's to short and I'm getting closer to the upper end of the run . Happy traveling and camping.
Well put, Dave.
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Frank, from my own experience I will tell you that Dave is correct. It's time to make lemonade. If you can't, then sell the trailer and buy something else. Life's too short. Raz
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