Don't forget P @ D you are 4 handed(or we're for a while) and maybe not as "gentil" as could be !!!
We have been looking at daybreaks good to hear you have had a good experience. Especially as we will probably need to buy one about the age of yours.My Daybreak was just three years old when I bought it and have been using it continuously since jan 2014. Everything seems to be pretty reasonable. Some things have gone wrong and needed repairing, but not anything more than I might have expected with my old house, car, garden machinery s etc etc etc. ( Thank you God
If you lived in a house full time the repairs and maintenance would far exceed that of living in a rv, inc decorating, flooring, gardens etc and you can wake up where ever you choose (within reason lol )I know there are different qualities of RV, I am sure super Mike will be along shortly to tell us how good winnibahels are.
I have just fitted the new wingaurd, although I admit. Reversing with it up under a cable, was nothing to do with full timing.
I have again at great expense just replaced the door lock. Now these seem to be pretty universal from trimark and fitted to most RV's. This is the second in 2 years. Also a number of the cupboard hinges have given up the ghost.
I am thinking that none of the fittings are really designed for daily use, just occasional holiday use.
What are other people's experience of this as a problem.
How much solar do you have on the roof? And what batteries..We went to rutland water last week sat to wed and off grid its difficult to keep warm as your batteries wont last with heater running (ours wont anyway) and genny has to be turned off at night (safety) wifey froze and dehum was off so condensation was a problem...so wont wild camp again in the winter... Unless its somewhere warm. Used about £60 of petrol on genny It was still fun though being able to do it