Wildwood Ultra Lite Travel Trailer Floor Is Sagging
2010 Ultra Lite Travel Trailer Wildwood floor sags after I-Beam frame.
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With the limited information you have provided me I have no way of telling you why the floor on your Travel Trailer is sagging. The problem could be caused by water damage to the floor or could even be a manufacturer’s defect.
Considering how new this travel trailer is you should not have a sagging floor. Whether your Travel Trailer is still under warranty or not I would suggest that you contact the RV Dealer that sold it to you and setup an appointment to have them take a look at it and determine what the problem is.
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If the dealer is no longer in business or if you feel that they are not being helpful in fixing the problem, then I suggest that you contact Forest River Incorporated the manufacturer of your Travel Trailer. You can call Forest River at 574-389-4600.
I would also be interested to hear from any other RVers that have this brand trailer to find out if they are experiencing the same problem as you are.
Please leave a comment on this page and let us know what you find out.
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