Originally Posted by Mrleveraction
Hi everyone I'm new to the forum just purchased a new 2022 Voltage toyhauler. So far love this Fifth wheel but not impressed with the quality of the trim interior and exterior quality? My old Voltage seems like it was so much better quality? Anyone else having these issues?
Just curious, how did you purchase a new 2022 Voltage so late in 2023? When I bought mine in early summer of 2017 it was a 2018 model year.
Also, as to the trim, several of the interior wood pieces started to just fall off and I had to glue them back on with new glue. Annoying but about as easy a fix as you could ask for. On the exterior side the vinyl decals started to fade terribly at about the 3 year mark and the vinyl trim under the front bedroom area came out and had to be replaced twice. The second time I just used clear silicon along the edges like caulk and now fine.
Kitchen slide out motor and gear box failed at about 3 year mark. Canít blame that one on Dutchmen as they donít make the parts. Wardrobe slide motor ripped off the wall as it was not anchored sufficiently. We made a metal bracket we attached to the trailer frame and then attached the motor to thatóthis one was their fault.
Suspension leaf springs failed on my two axle trailer. Seems to be very common on this style toy hauler. Replaced with custom made 10 leaf set up and new equalizers and shackles.
China bomb tires blew at year 2 or so and replaced all 4 with Goodyear Endurance tires.
Fridge didnít cool during the day because installer had insulation tape blocking one of the fans from running and also too much air gap above the fridge allowing heat build up. Added insulation and cleared fan.
Both fresh water tanks were crushed during install and over time developed leaks. Those had to be patched twice because the second leak only showed after the first repair caused the second to show itself.
That is what I recall. Most dangerous and biggest expense was suspension, followed by water tanks.
I am sure there are more I canít think of. [emoji3]