Hello to All!
We are new to the forum!
We are proud owners of a 2015 2390 RKS Aspen Trailer. We moved up from a Lite-Craft pop up camper that sits on top of the bed of my husband truck - so owning this trailer is a luxury now with two little kiddos.
We loved everything about this trailer until last week.
We decided on a camping trip this year during our son's spring break which we thought would be fun and our kiddos love taking the trailer everywhere we go.
While driving out on the freeway, we noticed on one side of the trailer the metal siding was "bubbling" out...never noticed it before when taking the trailer out on trips last year. The unexpected happened and the siding broke off while driving on the freeway. It was a terrible scene and luckily the siding was held on by some of the metal and did not fly onto on-coming vehicles. The winds were pretty fierce that day as well.
While trying to form the metal siding and to connect it back, we noticed that the sidings were held by staples, no rivets or screws to hold these in place. We were able to Scotch tape up the siding and found a couple of screws to hold it back in place. We had to cancel the trip and head back home slowly.
Has this every happened to anyone while driving and the metal sliding literally popping off? We contacted the manufacture but they didn't disclose or say anything other than our warranty has expired and good luck to you.