Riverside took a close look at leaks in 2015 and made effort to improve the quality. After experiencing a leak I took mine directly back to the factory. They were humbled and apologetic. They replaced the TT, now no leaks at all. They took the leaky trailer and tore it down so technicians could use it as a training tool and learn. I then toured the factory and was impressed with their effort at building quality in. I am sold on the intent of Riverside to provide a quality product to the customer. They are not perfect and no RV manufacture is. In my humble opinion, Riverside is as good as you can get.
They replaced it? Interesting. We had taken our 199FKS to our dealer on three separate occasions since we purchased 15 months ago for water leak issues through the wheel wells. I drove it to the factory this weekend. After towing from Terre Haute to Angola, Indiana through the snow, I arrived and stayed at the KOA there (not impressed with KOA). Anyway, got set up and walked inside to this - remnants of road salt inside coming from the areas of both wheel wells. So, to complicate any subfloor damage which may have been caused by rainwater, there is now salt added to the equation. I dropped it off yesterday morning and returned home to Memphis, TN. Looking forward to what they come up with and solution they may offer.
2017 Riverside Retro 199FKS named Brew's Fault
Dog's name - Brew Camping, boating and music enthusiast Love Leonard Cohen Retired U.S. Navy submariner but still have to work!