Hi, I hope everybody is getting some good adventure on!
I bought my 25' FC FB new last fall with the intention of full-timing after retirement. I've put the trailer through it's paces and so far things are going well. Colonial Airstream did some excellent warranty work for me last fall and I thought I had caught all the 'new trailer bugs'.
Recently took the trailer for a short shake down last month. After opening the windows I noticed large gaps in the fuzzy slots for the window arms. Look at these pictures and tell me that this isn't normal! I plan on mostly boondocking and I imagine that any mosquito worthy of the name would zoom through those gaps and feast upon my tasty self like the Bumpus' dogs on the Old Man's Thanksgiving turkey.
What to do?
1. Order a bunch of new fuzzy, pull the screens and install PROPERLY.
2. Drop trailer off at JC to have this done on warranty while I run to South Dakota from Baltimore to get my driver license (or wait for it if it's a quick job).
3. Spray Permethrin on the gaps and cross my fingers (spray & pray).
4. ... Suggestions welcome!
Trying to avoid 'new bugs in the trailer' - thanks!