?In October of 2008, we purchased a used 5th wheel trailer. We found the unit we wanted online, negotiated over the telephone and traded in our 1999 Wanderer 5th wheel and purchased the 2004 Corsair. The dealership?s Service Department went over the unit with us then winterized the Corsair prior to our departure, as we would not be using it until May. The cheque was written and we returned home to Williams Lake with our new unit, putting it into storage for the winter. In April of 2009, when we retrieved the 5th wheel from storage we noticed ?bubbles? on the outer finish of the unit in several different locations.
These blemishes on the flat sides of the trailer were small, raised bumps in the Fillon finish. Ray of General Coach suggested Ken call Dave of Rebel Fibreglass in Kamloops. On May 6, 2009 we travelled to Rebel in Kamloops with our 5th wheel. Dave is an experienced fibreglass repairperson and has extensive experience in repairing all makes of RV?s. The repairs have been done and we could not even tell where the blemishes once were after the staff at Rebel were finished their work. The finish is smooth and shiny.
Dave, Grant and Tammy at Rebel Fibreglass all treated us very well and the job they did was perfect! The cost of the repairs was $2,700. We want the readers of this letter to know the following: Ray Rourke of General Coach in Oliver, BC cared about our problem and provided us with the information we required to get the problem dealt with and Dave Foster and the staff of Rebel Fibreglass do amazing work! We highly recommend them. ~ Ken & Cathie Froese, Williams Lake, BC