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Old 04-20-2013, 12:18 AM   #1
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We are looking for a new cruiser aire ,we went to a lot yesterday and were disappointed in the quality of the units they had,outside decals peeling on the edges,and the fit and finish in general. This surprised us since we were thought they impressed us as a brand we may want. Looking for a unit to pull with our 1/2 ton Ford,possibly the CFL28CS.. Also does anyone know about the vacuum sealed walls the dealer told us about
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Vacuum laminated walls are the standard in laminated walls (versus pinch rolling). Some Cruisers still use hung walls(think of your home construction).

So having a vacuum laminated wall is nice but very common. A step above this are vacuum laminated walls with the Superlite Azdel composite:

http://www.robertweedplywood.com/Azdel2.htm

Forest River, Evergreen RV, Lance, Jayco, and a few others are starting to use this wood free, mold proof, non-formehdayde product.

If the quality wasn't up to your standards start shopping the competitors, plenty of good products out there who still offer a two year warranty.
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