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Old 10-29-2010, 08:57 AM   #1
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I noticed the carpet starting to tear near the sofa on our Cruiser. We have had a similar issue in the past with this same item, the Lifestyle Lounge sofa. Today I called CR and asked for Randy Mischler. I left a message and he promptly called back. We went over the problem as he looked at my file which included pictures taken by ExploreUSA during the first repair. Randy suggested a fix that I will pass along to ExUSA.



I asked Randy about converting over to 16" wheels and tires. Randy said it should not be a problem as some models have 16's as a standard and an option on others such as the 2011 model of ours. Randy said his rule is as long as there is a fist's space between te top of the tire and the bottom of the RV you should be fine.



Good advise and lots of patience from Randy.
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16 inch tires and alloy rims were standard on my rig.
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