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Old 09-13-2021, 08:24 AM   #1
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Crossroads Rezerve 2015 27BH 5th Wheel

Potential new Crossroader here--
Upgrading from a 89 Holiday Rambler 26' Alumilite (which is an absolutely reliable, non leaking, solid beast) considering a Crossroads 2015 Rezerve 27BH 5th wheel . I found a one-owner private sale near me. It seems in pretty decent shape. Soft spot in the bathroom floor near the slide out, but can't determine exact cause. I have to admit I'm new to Crossroads...but online searches scare the heck out of me. Seems there are literally no good reviews and poor quality/durability/craftmanship is a common theme.

Are these concerns valid? I'm always skeptical of user reviews online so I thought i'd come to those who know best. Good reviews are very few and far between and bad reviews are very common. Please let me know your thoughts! Appreciate the information.

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Old 09-13-2021, 08:38 AM   #2
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You have to remember that most people only post about bad reviews. Check under the camper for the soft spot.
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The quality of new campers - built in the last couple of years - has suffered some. But it is not limited to any certain brand or manufacturer. Also some of the first time owners do not understand that campers no matter when they were built need constant maintenance. They are not built like a house or a car/truck. If you put your house on a trailer and pulled it down the road it would not last very long. Any time you pull a camper down the road it is being shaken and tossed around, the wind is trying to blow it apart, rain is hitting it at 60 -70 Mph but owners still do not understand why there is a problem.

I have owned different brands over the years and they are all about the same.
We are on our 2nd crossroads product and would buy another if and when the time comes. That said neither one have been without there problems. Both were used and fairly well taken care of.

On the soft spot remember that water travels - the leak starts in one spot but the damage will be in a different spot. If it is in the bathroom check the water line connections and if near the stool you could have a bad gasket or a leaking valve. If it is by the slide be sure to check the slide seals. One other thing is it near a window it could have leaked or just been left open during a rain .

I guess my point is unless you see a line leaking or water actually coming in a leak will take some investigation to find.

I agree with Papa t some people just like to complain. Just check it out and if you do buy it we are here for any questions that you may have.
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