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Old 09-18-2016, 07:34 PM   #11
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This is the 4th season for my Cruiser Patriot. Have had very little problems. Awning lights, slide gasket, closet door and sofa. All were covered by Crossroads. Thankfully, no major problems. I find the build and quality to pretty good. Don't think you will ever find a manufacturer that has zero problems with their rv's.
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Old 09-19-2016, 05:45 AM   #12
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This is the 4th season for my Cruiser Patriot. Have had very little problems. Awning lights, slide gasket, closet door and sofa. All were covered by Crossroads. Thankfully, no major problems. I find the build and quality to pretty good. Don't think you will ever find a manufacturer that has zero problems with their rv's.
I agree
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Old 09-19-2016, 07:44 AM   #13
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what are some of the small problems you've had with your Crossroad?
Curved interior panel and baseboard was loose, many staple holes not caulked, drawer latches needed adjusting to keep drawers closed while traveling, also drawer supports needed readjusting/reinforcing, water pump check valve failed and replaced under warranty. Outside storage door latch wouldn't hold, replaced under warranty.

Biggest issue was excessive frame flex in the gooseneck area. Repaired under warranty. This may not have been necessary, other owners did not get this fixed, yet after 5 yrs they have not had problems.'

I changed the routing for the slideout wiring harness, factory setup was pinching the wires and putting too much stress on the carrier.
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