Started by Jonathan, November 28, 2020, 11:24:32 AM
Quote from: nhlakes on November 28, 2020, 12:15:19 PMAwsome - that helps! Thanks!
Quote from: nhlakes on November 28, 2020, 01:52:07 PMRolled around and inspected mine for the first time in a very long time. All looks good and also came away with appreciation for how well these things are made.
Quote from: Powder Hounds on November 28, 2020, 01:14:36 PMUnfortunately this is an ongoing issue with our aluminum frames, but do not let it dissuade your purchase. This situation has been covered numerous times on this forum and it can be resolved. It is frustrating and time consuming but the end result is worth it. The slide side of the trailer will develop more frame cracks than the passenger side, it is just heavier and is subject to more stress. It took some due diligence on my part to finally resolve my 2015 RBS frame cracks but now the trailer is solid. Having numerous gussets welded in problem areas corrected this problem. The cost was about $3000.00 CAD and took a few weeks to complete. We use our rig alot, year round, it defiantly takes a battering, regular maintenance and tinkering is always ongoing but the enjoyment of being on the road is worth it. Those cracks look pretty mild, I had about a dozen or so that went pretty deep into the welds. Negotiate the price and go for it! You throw enough money at something and the problem goes away.We are loading our trailer now for a ski getaway this week! Enjoy!