Suite Wheels RV Inspections and Services, LLC.
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INSPECTION REPORT
123 Sesame Street, Bronx, NY 10451
VIN Number: Sample VIN Number
INSPECTION CUSTOMER
INSPECTED BY
Scott Andrews
Suite Wheels RV Inspections and Services
612-968-2698
     

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services

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Date: 12/7/2022 Time: 09:00 AM Report ID: Sample Report 1 - Towable

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Comment Key or Definitions

The following definitions of comment descriptions represent this inspection report. All comments by the inspector should be considered before purchasing this RV home.

It is recommended that any repairs be completed by a qualified RV technician.

Any recommendations by the inspector to repair or replace suggests a second opinion or further inspection by a qualified RV technician.

It is recommended that any Life Safety Issues be repaired by a qualified RV technician prior to use or occupation.

It is recommended that anything not able to be tested is evaluated by a qualified RV technician prior to use.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

Acceptable  (A) = A visually observed item, component or unit and if no other comments were made then it appeared to be functioning as intended allowing for normal wear and tear.

Fair (F)= The item or its components is not in need of immediate repair but wear and tear exists and the item is not in optimum condition. Some opinions may elect to repair or replace this item now while others may wait.

Poor (P) = The item, component or unit is not functioning as intended and replacement is recommended, or needs further inspection by a qualified RV technician.

Pass (PA) = The test for this item has passed.

Fail (FA) = The test for this item has failed.

Not Inspected (NI)= The item, unit or component was not inspected, and no representations were made as to whether or not it was functioning as intended and a statement for the reason for not inspecting may be made.

Not Present (NP) = This item, component or unit is not in this RV.

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Major

The following items indicate that the condition is a MAJOR ISSUE. It impacts longevity of the vehicle, can be a possible costly repair and/or warrants immediate repair.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services  does not recommend any technicians.  Click Here  for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

7. Entrance Area
7.1 Door  
Acceptable
The door's bulb seal on interior edge is deteriorating and damaged. This could cause water intrusion.
7.1 Item 1 (Picture)
7.1 Item 2 (Picture)
10(C) . Curbside Rear Slideout
10.0.C Slideout Roof  
Fair
(2) The roof remembering appears to be compromised by what appears to be screws. With the slide topper and place the inspector was unable enable to determine whether or not the roof membrane was punctured. It is recommended this be reviewed by a qualified RV technician before delivery is taken.
10.0.C Item 2 (Picture)
10.6.C Slideout Gear Rack System  
Acceptable
(2) The foam block for the upper front gear rack block is not in position on the bl9ck and wiring the gear rack system. This could cause malfunctioning of the slide system if caught in the gears and could cause water intrusion.
10.6.C Item 1 (Picture)
12. Streetside Sidewall
12.2 Windows  
Acceptable
The foam seal for the frameless window between the middle and rear slideout is bulging out from behind the window on the top front side. This could potentially cause water intrusion.
12.2 Item 1 (Picture)
13(A) . Streetside Front Slideout
13.5.A Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(2) The sealant tape towards the rear edge of the T-molding is not sealed or fully secured to the roof membrane. This could cause water intrusion.
13.5.A Item 3 (Picture)
13.5.A Item 4 (Picture)
13(B) . Streetside Center Slideout
13.5.B Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(2) No sealant is present along the rear top trim rail where it meets the t-molding tape. This could potentially cause water intrusion.
13.5.B Item 3 (Picture)
13.9.B Awning Topper Frame & Latching Mechanism  
Acceptable
(2) There are noticeable air pockets within the sealant along the top edge of the slide topper trim rail. This could cause water intrusion
13.9.B Item 2 (Picture)
13.9.B Item 3 (Picture)
X
13.9.B Item 4 (Video)
13(C) . Streetside Rear Slideout
13.0.C Slideout Roof  
Fair
It appears that the rear slideout roof membrane could be compromised by a screw or debris underneath.

With the slide topper in place, the inspector could not tell whether or not the membrane was punctured. It was recommended that a qualified RV technicians review this before taking delivery.

13.0.C Item 1 (Picture)
13.0.C Item 2 (Picture)
14. Exterior Appliances
14.0 Water Heater  
Poor
P&T valve was positively checked for water flow in the unit. On/off switch was tested in both "on" directions resulting in failure to produce warm water. See additional information in section 18.2.
14.0 Item 1 (Picture)
18. Appliances
18.2 Water Heater  
Poor
The water heater did not raise the temperature of the water when set on propane.
18.2 Item 1 (Picture)
18.2 Item 2 (Picture)
22. Interior
22.8 Walls  
Acceptable
No grout was present between the tiles of the kitchen backsplash.
22.8 Item 1 (Picture)
22.8 Item 2 (Picture)
26. Fifth Wheel Hitch
26.0 7 Pin Cord  
Acceptable
Overview of the 7 pin cord connection shows one of the pins has a discolored burn mark. It is recommended that all pin functions be tested before taking delivery.

 It is recommended that when storing the 7 pin cord connector into the 5th wheel pinbox that the 7 pin connector be protected from contact with other metal within the pinbox to to minimize the risk of shorting out the plug.

26.0 Item 1 (Picture)


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Minor

The following items indicate that the condition is a MINOR ISSUE. It does not impact the operation or use of the vehicle and can possibly be repaired later.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services  does not recommend any technicians.  Click Here  for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

5. Roof Exterior
5.4 Rear Cap, Joints and Seals  
Acceptable
The street side rear cap corner has an intrusion in the lap sealant. This could cause water intrusion.
5.4 Item 1 (Picture)
6. Front Cap
6.2 Generator Compartment  
Fair
(2) The front cap generator compartment door does not close securely on its slam latch.
X
6.2 Item 3 (Video)
9. Curbside Sidewall
9.0 Sidewall Condition  
Acceptable
(1) The sealant on the curbside sidewall dryer vent is deteriorating.  This could cause water intrusion.
9.0 Item 1 (Picture)
(2) The front cargo door stopper is cracking.
9.0 Item 2 (Picture)
10(A) . Curbside Front Slideout
10.5.A Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(2) The sealant on the lower corners of the T molding is deteriorating. This could potentially cause water intrusion.

This issue is consistent on all six slide-outs.

10.5.A Item 3 (Picture)
10.5.A Item 4 (Picture)
10(B) . Curbside Center Slideout
10.5.B Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(2) The lower wipers seal does not make full contact across the bottom of the slide out. This could cause potential water intrusion.

It is also noted that the lowest wiper seal above the wiring harness is stuck to the upper wiper seal on the bottom of the slideout.

10.5.B Item 2 (Picture)
10.5.B Item 3 (Picture)
12. Streetside Sidewall
12.0 Sidewall Condition  
Acceptable
The rear cargo door stopper is not fully secured to the sidewall.
12.0 Item 1 (Picture)
12.3 Cargo Bays  
Acceptable
The front cargo Bay door for the batteries does not close securely when pushed lightly.. Door must be slammed shut in order to securely close.
X
12.3 Item 1 (Video)
13(A) . Streetside Front Slideout
13.3.A Slideout Windows  
Acceptable
The window glass seals are coming loose from the frame. This could cause water intrusion.
13.3.A Item 1 (Picture)
13(B) . Streetside Center Slideout
13.2.B Slideout Floor  
Acceptable
Inspector noted a small piece of weatherproof scrim tape near where the wire harnesses and LP lines enter the slideout. There is also exposed underlayment where the wires and LP enter the slide floor. This could cause water intrusion.
13.2.B Item 1 (Picture)
13.2.B Item 2 (Picture)
17. Electrical
17.8 Coach Batteries  
Acceptable
(2) The batteries are not wired the most efficient way.  When batteries are wired in parallel the positive lead to the coach should be connected to the first battery in-line.  The negative lead to the coach should be connected to the last battery in-line.  This allows the batteries to drain and charge evenly and helps them last longer.

The yellow box shows that the positive and negative main leads are connected to the number one battery in parallel.

17.8 Item 2 (Picture)
20. Interior Water Systems
20.3 Kitchen Sink  
Acceptable
No sealant was present in the back right corner of the kitchen sink.
20.3 Item 1 (Picture)
22. Interior
22.0 Interior  
Acceptable
Gaps in trim work were present in multiple locations across the unit.
22.0 Item 1 (Picture)
22.10 Drawers  
Acceptable
The soft-close on the lowest, right-hand drawer in the bathroom does not function properly. To be closed fully it must be manually pushed.
X
22.10 Item 1 (Video)


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Notice/Comment

The following items indicate that the condition is a NOTEWORTHY COMMENT.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate further and correct as needed.

If an item is unable to be fully inspected it is recommended that further evaluation by a qualified RV technician be completed prior to use.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services  does not recommend any technicians.  Click Here  for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

2. Vehicle Information
2.4 Build Sheet  
See PDF in the "Misc" section
5. Roof Exterior
5.0 Roof  
Acceptable
(2) The inspector noted an air pocket approximately three inches in diameter to the rear street side, approximately to the middle of the rear slideout.
5.0 Item 3 (Picture)
5.0 Item 4 (Picture)
(3) It was noted that there is a over-spray of the silver paint from the sidewalls on the roof membrane.
5.0 Item 5 (Picture)
5.1 Lap Sealant  
Acceptable
(1) It appears that a layer of lap sealant has been applied over the original application to various areas around the roof penetrations.
5.1 Item 1 (Picture)
5.1 Item 2 (Picture)
5.1 Item 3 (Picture)
(2) The lap sealant is stuck to the hinged side of the Max air fan.
5.1 Item 4 (Picture)
(3) There's a large area of small air pockets in the second layer of lapse sealant around the skylight.
5.1 Item 5 (Picture)
6. Front Cap
6.2 Generator Compartment  
Fair
(1) Overview of the generator compartment. No generator is present with bare wire terminals touching metal surfaces.
6.2 Item 1 (Picture)
6.2 Item 2 (Picture)
9. Curbside Sidewall
9.3 Cargo Bays  
Acceptable
The rear cargo bay door hinge shows signs of wear.
9.3 Item 1 (Picture)
10(B) . Curbside Center Slideout
10.0.B Slideout Roof  
Acceptable
Slideout bulb seals debris found on rooftop.
10.0.B Item 1 (Picture)
10(C) . Curbside Rear Slideout
10.6.C Slideout Gear Rack System  
Acceptable
(3) Screws on the upper rear gear rack are not fully seated. There is also signs that a screw hole had been started started and not completed it's not completed.
10.6.C Item 2 (Picture)
10.6.C Item 3 (Picture)
11. Rear Cap
11.3 Cargo Bays  
Acceptable
Inspector noted that the magnets for the cargo door hold the weight of the cargo door open but are weak. This could lead to potential injury.
X
11.3 Item 1 (Video)
13(C) . Streetside Rear Slideout
13.5.C Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
The inspector noted an abundance of sealant on the rear 1/3 of the T molding tape.
13.5.C Item 1 (Picture)
20. Interior Water Systems
20.2 Kitchen Faucet  
Acceptable
A scuff mark was observed on base of the kitchen faucet.
20.2 Item 1 (Picture)
21(B) . Rear AC
21.1.B Air Conditioner Filter  
Acceptable
A screw is present above the air conditioner intake filter.
21.1.B Item 1 (Picture)
22. Interior
22.11 Counter Tops  
Acceptable
Miscellaneous item was found on the counter upon inspector's arrival.
22.11 Item 1 (Picture)
22.18 Flooring  
Acceptable
A yellow substance was found stuck to the carpet next to the curbside couch.
22.18 Item 1 (Picture)
27(A) . Front Curbside
27.3.A Tire Pressure  
Acceptable
The air pressure in the front curbside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27(B) . Center Curbside
27.3.B Tire Pressure  
Acceptable
The air pressure in the center curbside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27(C) . Rear Curbside
27.3.C Tire Pressure  
Acceptable
The air pressure in the rear curbside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27(D) . Rear Streetside
27.3.D Tire Pressure  
Acceptable
The air pressure in the rear streetside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27(E) . Center Streetside
27.3.E Tire Pressure  
Acceptable
The air pressure in the center streetside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27(F) . Front Streetside
27.3.F Tire Pressure  
Acceptable
The air pressure in the front streetside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27(G) . Spare Tire
27.3.G Tire Pressure  
Acceptable
The air pressure in the spare tire is below the maximum cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.


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Recommendations

The following items are RECOMMENDATIONS.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services  does not recommend any technicians.  Click Here  for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

3. Hot Skin
3.0 Hot Skin Test  
No
The Hot Skin test was not performed due to not having adequate testing power supply. Without testing for hotskin the Inspector cannot verify if there are any short-to-ground concerns and/or if any parts of the vehicle are electrified. It is recommended that a Hot Skin test be performed before the vehicle is occupied or used.
3.0 Item 1 (Picture)
10(A) . Curbside Front Slideout
10.5.A Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(1) It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
10.5.A Item 1 (Picture)
10.5.A Item 2 (Picture)
10.6.A Slideout Gear Rack System  
Acceptable
This RV is equipped with a Schwintek slideout.

When extending or retracting a Schwintek slideout, hold the button for a full 3 seconds after fully moving the slideout in or out.

This helps the slideout adjust itself into proper alignment.

10(B) . Curbside Center Slideout
10.5.B Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(1) It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
10.5.B Item 1 (Picture)
10(C) . Curbside Rear Slideout
10.6.C Slideout Gear Rack System  
Acceptable
(1) This RV is equipped with a Schwintek slideout.

When extending or retracting a Schwintek slideout, hold the button for a full 3 seconds after fully moving the slideout in or out.

This helps the slideout adjust itself into proper alignment.

13(A) . Streetside Front Slideout
13.5.A Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(1) It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
13.5.A Item 1 (Picture)
13.5.A Item 2 (Picture)
13(B) . Streetside Center Slideout
13.5.B Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets  
Acceptable
(1) The slide blade seals did not deploy when extended. It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
13.5.B Item 1 (Picture)
13.5.B Item 2 (Picture)
13(C) . Streetside Rear Slideout
13.6.C Slideout Gear Rack System  
Acceptable
This RV is equipped with a Schwintek slideout.

When extending or retracting a Schwintek slideout, hold the button for a full 3 seconds after fully moving the slideout in or out.

This helps the slideout adjust itself into proper alignment.

15. Exterior Water Systems
15.2 City Water Pressure Regulator Available  
Not Present
A pressure regulator is recommended for all city water connections.

If not installed, this can cause possible bursting of fresh water lines which may cause significant damage to the unit.

15.2 Item 1 (Picture)
18. Appliances
18.6 Oven  
Acceptable
In order to light an oven with an electric Auto Piezo start, turn the oven temperature dial to the light/flame position and push in.

At the same time, turn the electric Auto Piezo start knob until the pilot ignites.

Release the temperature knob and adjust the burner flame until the desired temperature is reached.


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Results at a glance

326

Items Inspected

Total number in report.

59

Summary Comments

Total number in report.

201

Styles & Materials

Total number in report.

10

Videos

Total number in report.

9

360° Images

Total number in report.

126

Photos

Total number in report.

1. 360 Degree Photos
Items: 360 Degree Photos
1.0 Chassis 360 Degree Photos
360 Degree Chassis Photos
1.0 Item 1 (Picture)
1.0 Item 2 (Picture)
1.0 Item 3 (Picture)
1.0 Item 4 (Picture)
1.1 Roof 360 Degree Photos
360° Photos of the roof
1.1 Item 1 (Picture)
1.1 Item 2 (Picture)
1.1 Item 3 (Picture)
1.1 Item 4 (Picture)
1.1 Item 5 (Picture)
1.2 Exterior components 360 Degree Photos/Videos
Wide angle photos of the exterior
1.2 Item 1 (Picture)
1.2 Item 2 (Picture)
1.2 Item 3 (Picture)
1.2 Item 4 (Picture)
1.2 Item 5 (Picture)
1.2 Item 6 (Picture)
1.2 Item 7 (Picture)
1.2 Item 8 (Picture)
1.2 Item 9 (Picture)
1.2 Item 10 (Picture)
1.2 Item 11 (Picture)
2. Vehicle Information
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Vehicle Information
VIN Number:
Photo Included
VIN Number : SAMPLE VIN NUMBER
VIN Data Plate Location:
Streetside Front
GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating):
Maximum Weight Of Vehicle Loaded
lbs/kg : 21,000 LBS
Cargo Capacity:
Maximum Cargo Capacity Including Water and Fuel
lbs/kg : 1095 kg
Date Of Manufacture:
June
Year : 2022
Manufacturer Name / Location:
Forest River / Wakarusa, IN
Brand Name:
Manufacturer's Brand Name
Brand : RiverStone
Model Number:
Floorplan Designation
Floorplan : 419RD
Frame Manufacturer:
Lippert
Frame Manufacture Date:
June
Year : 2022
State Inspection Current:
Not Required
Seal Number:
RVIA
Number : SAMPLE SEAL NUMBER
License Plate Expiration:
Expired
Date : Not yet established/ New trailer
 
 
Items: Vehicle Information
2.0 VIN Data Plate
VIN Data Plate
2.0 Item 1 (Picture)
2.0 Item 2 (Picture)
2.1 Dealer Stock Number Sticker
Vehicle Stock Number
2.1 Item 1 (Picture)
2.2 Tire Data Plate
Tire Data Plate
2.2 Item 1 (Picture)
2.3 Frame Data Plate
Frame Data Plate
2.3 Item 1 (Picture)
2.4 Build Sheet
See PDF in the "Misc" section
2.5 Cargo Carry Capacity Data Plate
Cargo Carry Capacity Data Plate
2.5 Item 1 (Picture)
2.6 RVIA Seal
RVIA Seal
2.6 Item 1 (Picture)
2.7 License Plate
License Plate not issued yet.
2.7 Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

3. Hot Skin
Description
NOTE: Hot Skin is when stray or leak voltage from the 120 voltage AC system is somehow redirected from its normally safe path to some metal component(s) of your RV.

NOTE: Most hot skin issues may not be a direct short of power to ground but rather a high resistive short. In many cases, they may not trip the circuit breakers or blow fuses. However, the frame, chassis, copper tubing and metal trim pieces on the coach can conduct voltage.

NOTE: Any reading below 5 volts is considered safe. Conversely, any reading above 5 volts can be dangerous.

Items: Hot Skin
3.0 Hot Skin Test
Comments: No
The Hot Skin test was not performed due to not having adequate testing power supply. Without testing for hotskin the Inspector cannot verify if there are any short-to-ground concerns and/or if any parts of the vehicle are electrified. It is recommended that a Hot Skin test be performed before the vehicle is occupied or used.
3.0 Item 1 (Picture)
3.1 Voltage On Steps
Comments: Not Inspected
3.2 Voltage On Handles
Comments: Not Inspected
3.3 Voltage On Windows
Comments: Not Inspected
3.4 Voltage On Chassis
Comments: Not Inspected
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

4. 12 Volt Chassis Lights
Description
NOTE: 12 volt chassis lights are the lights that are connected to the 12 volt chassis electrical system. 
Styles & Materials: 12 Volt Chassis Lights
Marker Light Type:
LED
 
 
Items: 12 Volt Chassis Lights
4.0 Front Clearance Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.1 Hazard Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.2 Turn Signals
Comments: Acceptable
4.3 Spot Light
Comments: Acceptable
4.4 Porch Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.5 Curbside Marker Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.6 Rear Clearance Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.7 Tail Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.8 Brake Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.9 License Plate Light
Comments: Acceptable
4.10 Streetside Marker Lights
Comments: Acceptable
4.11 Docking Lights
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

5. Roof Exterior
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.

NOTE: Lap sealant should appear soft, pliable and rubbery. If the lap sealant around roof edges, skylights, vents and appliances looks cracked, brittle, loose or turned up at the edges, it is very possible that this could cause water intrusion which can become a major issue.

NOTE: It is recommended that the roof and seams be checked every 6 months and repaired whenever necessary to prevent water intrusion.

Styles & Materials: Roof Exterior
Roof Type:
Rubber (TPO)
Number of Solar Panels:
Four
 
Items: Roof Exterior
5.0 Roof
Comments: Acceptable
(1) Overview of the roof.
5.0 Item 1 (Picture)
5.0 Item 2 (Picture)
(2) The inspector noted an air pocket approximately three inches in diameter to the rear street side, approximately to the middle of the rear slideout.
5.0 Item 3 (Picture)
5.0 Item 4 (Picture)
(3) It was noted that there is a over-spray of the silver paint from the sidewalls on the roof membrane.
5.0 Item 5 (Picture)
5.1 Lap Sealant
Comments: Acceptable
(1) It appears that a layer of lap sealant has been applied over the original application to various areas around the roof penetrations.
5.1 Item 1 (Picture)
5.1 Item 2 (Picture)
5.1 Item 3 (Picture)
(2) The lap sealant is stuck to the hinged side of the Max air fan.
5.1 Item 4 (Picture)
(3) There's a large area of small air pockets in the second layer of lapse sealant around the skylight.
5.1 Item 5 (Picture)
5.2 Front Cap, Joints and Seals
Comments: Acceptable
5.3 Trim Rail (Curbside)
Comments: Acceptable
5.4 Rear Cap, Joints and Seals
Comments: Acceptable
The street side rear cap corner has an intrusion in the lap sealant. This could cause water intrusion.
5.4 Item 1 (Picture)
5.5 Trim Rail (Streetside)
Comments: Acceptable
5.6 Exterior Vent Cover(s)
Comments: Not Present
5.7 Exterior Vent(s)
Comments: Acceptable
5.8 Plumbing Vent(s)
Comments: Acceptable
5.9 Skylight(s)
Comments: Acceptable
5.10 Air Conditioner(s)
Comments: Acceptable
5.11 Antennas / Receivers
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the customer-supplied, dealer-installed Wi-Fi antenna.
5.11 Item 1 (Picture)
5.12 Solar Panel(s) / Connections
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the solar panel connection.
5.12 Item 1 (Picture)
5.12 Item 2 (Picture)
5.13 Ladder Mounts
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

6. Front Cap
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Front Cap
Wall Surface Type:
Full Body Paint
Gel-Coat with Decals
Generator Compartment Latch Type:
Other
Type : Locking Slam Latch
Protective Film:
No
Cargo Bay Door Latches:
Locking Slam Latch
 
 
Items: Front Cap
6.0 Front Cap Condition
Comments: Acceptable
6.1 Paint & Decals
Comments: Acceptable
6.2 Generator Compartment
Comments: Fair
(1) Overview of the generator compartment. No generator is present with bare wire terminals touching metal surfaces.
6.2 Item 1 (Picture)
6.2 Item 2 (Picture)
(2) The front cap generator compartment door does not close securely on its slam latch.
X
6.2 Item 3 (Video)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

7. Entrance Area
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Entrance Area
Grab Bar - Type:
D-Ring Handle
Door Type:
Fiberglass
Step Type:
Manual
Number of Steps:
Four
 
 
Items: Entrance Area
7.0 Grab Bar
Comments: Acceptable
7.1 Door
Comments: Acceptable
The door's bulb seal on interior edge is deteriorating and damaged. This could cause water intrusion.
7.1 Item 1 (Picture)
7.1 Item 2 (Picture)
7.2 Screen Door
Comments: Acceptable
7.3 Keys
Comments: Acceptable
7.4 Handle Lock
Comments: Acceptable
7.5 Deadbolt Lock
Comments: Acceptable
7.6 Steps
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

8(A) . Main Awning Front
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Main Awning Front
Awning Brand:
Solera
Awning Type:
Electric
Awning Fabric:
Vinyl
Items: Main Awning Front
8.0.A Awning
Comments: Acceptable
8.1.A Awning Lights
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

8(B) . Main Awning Rear
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Main Awning Rear
Awning Brand:
Solera
Awning Type:
Electric
Awning Fabric:
Vinyl
Items: Main Awning Rear
8.0.B Awning
Comments: Acceptable
8.1.B Awning Lights
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

9. Curbside Sidewall
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Curbside Sidewall
Wall Surface Type:
Gel-Coat with Decals
Windows Type:
Glass With No Frame
Cargo Bay Door Latches:
Locking Slam Latch
Vent Type:
Other
Type : Dryer
 
 
Items: Curbside Sidewall
9.0 Sidewall Condition
Comments: Acceptable
(1) The sealant on the curbside sidewall dryer vent is deteriorating.  This could cause water intrusion.
9.0 Item 1 (Picture)
(2) The front cargo door stopper is cracking.
9.0 Item 2 (Picture)
9.1 Paint & Decals
Comments: Acceptable
9.2 Windows
Comments: Acceptable
9.3 Cargo Bays
Comments: Acceptable
The rear cargo bay door hinge shows signs of wear.
9.3 Item 1 (Picture)
9.4 Vents
Comments: Acceptable
9.5 Lights
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

10(A) . Curbside Front Slideout
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Curbside Front Slideout
Slideout Roof Type:
(TPO) Rubber
Slideout Drive Mechanism:
Schwintek
Slideout Windows:
Glass Without Frame
Items: Curbside Front Slideout
10.0.A Slideout Roof
Comments: Acceptable
The weather proof T-molding tape has debris under the leading edge that could be cause for a potential water intrusion.
10.0.A Item 1 (Picture)
10.1.A Slideout Sidewall
Comments: Acceptable
10.2.A Slideout Floor
Comments: Acceptable
10.3.A Slideout Windows
Comments: Acceptable
10.4.A Slideout T-Molding Trim
Comments: Acceptable
10.5.A Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets
Comments: Acceptable
(1) It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
10.5.A Item 1 (Picture)
10.5.A Item 2 (Picture)
(2) The sealant on the lower corners of the T molding is deteriorating. This could potentially cause water intrusion.

This issue is consistent on all six slide-outs.

10.5.A Item 3 (Picture)
10.5.A Item 4 (Picture)
10.6.A Slideout Gear Rack System
Comments: Acceptable
This RV is equipped with a Schwintek slideout.

When extending or retracting a Schwintek slideout, hold the button for a full 3 seconds after fully moving the slideout in or out.

This helps the slideout adjust itself into proper alignment.

10.7.A Slideout Switch
Comments: Acceptable
10.8.A Awning Topper Frame & Latching Mechanism
Comments: Not Present
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

10(B) . Curbside Center Slideout
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Curbside Center Slideout
Slideout Roof Type:
(TPO) Rubber
Slideout Drive Mechanism:
Hydraulic
Slideout Windows:
Glass Without Frame
Items: Curbside Center Slideout
10.0.B Slideout Roof
Comments: Acceptable
Slideout bulb seals debris found on rooftop.
10.0.B Item 1 (Picture)
10.1.B Slideout Sidewall
Comments: Acceptable
10.2.B Slideout Floor
Comments: Acceptable
10.3.B Slideout Windows
Comments: Acceptable
10.4.B Slideout T-Molding Trim
Comments: Acceptable
10.5.B Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets
Comments: Acceptable
(1) It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
10.5.B Item 1 (Picture)
(2) The lower wipers seal does not make full contact across the bottom of the slide out. This could cause potential water intrusion.

It is also noted that the lowest wiper seal above the wiring harness is stuck to the upper wiper seal on the bottom of the slideout.

10.5.B Item 2 (Picture)
10.5.B Item 3 (Picture)
10.6.B Slideout Gear Rack System
Comments: Acceptable
10.7.B Slideout Wiring Harness
Comments: Acceptable
10.8.B Slideout Switch
Comments: Acceptable
10.9.B Awning Topper Frame & Latching Mechanism
Comments: Not Present
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

10(C) . Curbside Rear Slideout
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Curbside Rear Slideout
Slideout Roof Type:
(TPO) Rubber
Slideout Drive Mechanism:
Schwintek
Slideout Windows:
Glass Without Frame
Items: Curbside Rear Slideout
10.0.C Slideout Roof
Comments: Fair
(1) The sealant tape on the T-molding has debris caught under the leading edge. This could cause water intrusion.
10.0.C Item 1 (Picture)
(2) The roof remembering appears to be compromised by what appears to be screws. With the slide topper and place the inspector was unable enable to determine whether or not the roof membrane was punctured. It is recommended this be reviewed by a qualified RV technician before delivery is taken.
10.0.C Item 2 (Picture)
10.1.C Slideout Sidewall
Comments: Acceptable
10.2.C Slideout Floor
Comments: Acceptable
10.3.C Slideout Windows
Comments: Acceptable
10.4.C Slideout T-Molding Trim
Comments: Acceptable
10.5.C Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets
Comments: Acceptable
10.6.C Slideout Gear Rack System
Comments: Acceptable
(1) This RV is equipped with a Schwintek slideout.

When extending or retracting a Schwintek slideout, hold the button for a full 3 seconds after fully moving the slideout in or out.

This helps the slideout adjust itself into proper alignment.

(2) The foam block for the upper front gear rack block is not in position on the bl9ck and wiring the gear rack system. This could cause malfunctioning of the slide system if caught in the gears and could cause water intrusion.
10.6.C Item 1 (Picture)
(3) Screws on the upper rear gear rack are not fully seated. There is also signs that a screw hole had been started started and not completed it's not completed.
10.6.C Item 2 (Picture)
10.6.C Item 3 (Picture)
10.7.C Slideout Wiring Harness
Comments: Not Inspected
10.8.C Slideout Switch
Comments: Acceptable
10.9.C Awning Topper Frame & Latching Mechanism
Comments: Acceptable
Awning topper data plate
10.9.C Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

11. Rear Cap
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Rear Cap
Wall Surface Type:
Gel-Coat with Decals
Roof Ladder - Type:
Mounted
Hitch Receiver - Brand:
LCI
Hitch - Weight Rating:
Other
Other GTW : 300
Pin Connector Type:
Not Present
 
Items: Rear Cap
11.0 Sidewall Condition
Comments: Acceptable
11.1 Paint & Decals
Comments: Acceptable
11.2 Windows
Comments: Not Present
11.3 Cargo Bays
Comments: Acceptable
Inspector noted that the magnets for the cargo door hold the weight of the cargo door open but are weak. This could lead to potential injury.
X
11.3 Item 1 (Video)
11.4 Vents
Comments: Not Present
11.5 Lights
Comments: Acceptable
11.6 Ladder
Comments: Acceptable
11.7 Hitch
Comments: Acceptable
Hitch Receiver Data Plate
11.7 Item 1 (Picture)
11.7 Item 2 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

12. Streetside Sidewall
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Streetside Sidewall
Wall Surface Type:
Gel-Coat with Decals
Windows Type:
Glass With No Frame
Cargo Bay Door Latches:
Locking Slam Latch
Vent Type:
Cooktop Exhaust
Other
Type : battery
Appliances:
Water Heater
Furnace
 
Items: Streetside Sidewall
12.0 Sidewall Condition
Comments: Acceptable
The rear cargo door stopper is not fully secured to the sidewall.
12.0 Item 1 (Picture)
12.1 Paint & Decals
Comments: Acceptable
12.2 Windows
Comments: Acceptable
The foam seal for the frameless window between the middle and rear slideout is bulging out from behind the window on the top front side. This could potentially cause water intrusion.
12.2 Item 1 (Picture)
12.3 Cargo Bays
Comments: Acceptable
The front cargo Bay door for the batteries does not close securely when pushed lightly.. Door must be slammed shut in order to securely close.
X
12.3 Item 1 (Video)
12.4 Vents
Comments: Acceptable
12.5 Lights
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

13(A) . Streetside Front Slideout
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Streetside Front Slideout
Slideout Roof Type:
(TPO) Rubber
Slideout Drive Mechanism:
Hydraulic
Slideout Windows:
Glass Without Frame
Items: Streetside Front Slideout
13.0.A Slideout Roof
Comments: Acceptable
13.1.A Slideout Sidewall
Comments: Acceptable
13.2.A Slideout Floor
Comments: Acceptable
13.3.A Slideout Windows
Comments: Acceptable
The window glass seals are coming loose from the frame. This could cause water intrusion.
13.3.A Item 1 (Picture)
13.4.A Slideout T-Molding Trim
Comments: Acceptable
13.5.A Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets
Comments: Acceptable
(1) It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
13.5.A Item 1 (Picture)
13.5.A Item 2 (Picture)
(2) The sealant tape towards the rear edge of the T-molding is not sealed or fully secured to the roof membrane. This could cause water intrusion.
13.5.A Item 3 (Picture)
13.5.A Item 4 (Picture)
13.6.A Slideout Gear Rack System
Comments: Acceptable
13.7.A Slideout Wiring Harness
Comments: Not Inspected
13.8.A Slideout Switch
Comments: Acceptable
13.9.A Awning Topper Frame & Latching Mechanism
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

13(B) . Streetside Center Slideout
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Streetside Center Slideout
Slideout Roof Type:
(TPO) Rubber
Slideout Drive Mechanism:
Hydraulic
Slideout Windows:
Glass Without Frame
Items: Streetside Center Slideout
13.0.B Slideout Roof
Comments: Acceptable
13.1.B Slideout Sidewall
Comments: Acceptable
13.2.B Slideout Floor
Comments: Acceptable
Inspector noted a small piece of weatherproof scrim tape near where the wire harnesses and LP lines enter the slideout. There is also exposed underlayment where the wires and LP enter the slide floor. This could cause water intrusion.
13.2.B Item 1 (Picture)
13.2.B Item 2 (Picture)
13.3.B Slideout Windows
Comments: Acceptable
13.4.B Slideout T-Molding Trim
Comments: Acceptable
13.5.B Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets
Comments: Acceptable
(1) The slide blade seals did not deploy when extended. It is recommended the seals be checked every time a slideout is extended or retracted.
13.5.B Item 1 (Picture)
13.5.B Item 2 (Picture)
(2) No sealant is present along the rear top trim rail where it meets the t-molding tape. This could potentially cause water intrusion.
13.5.B Item 3 (Picture)
13.6.B Slideout Gear Rack System
Comments: Acceptable
13.7.B Slideout Wiring Harness
Comments: Acceptable
13.8.B Slideout Switch
Comments: Acceptable
13.9.B Awning Topper Frame & Latching Mechanism
Comments: Acceptable
(1) Slide topper data plate
13.9.B Item 1 (Picture)
(2) There are noticeable air pockets within the sealant along the top edge of the slide topper trim rail. This could cause water intrusion
13.9.B Item 2 (Picture)
13.9.B Item 3 (Picture)
X
13.9.B Item 4 (Video)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

13(C) . Streetside Rear Slideout
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Streetside Rear Slideout
Slideout Roof Type:
(TPO) Rubber
Slideout Drive Mechanism:
Schwintek
Slideout Windows:
Glass Without Frame
Items: Streetside Rear Slideout
13.0.C Slideout Roof
Comments: Fair
It appears that the rear slideout roof membrane could be compromised by a screw or debris underneath.

With the slide topper in place, the inspector could not tell whether or not the membrane was punctured. It was recommended that a qualified RV technicians review this before taking delivery.

13.0.C Item 1 (Picture)
13.0.C Item 2 (Picture)
13.1.C Slideout Sidewall
Comments: Acceptable
13.2.C Slideout Floor
Comments: Acceptable
13.3.C Slideout Windows
Comments: Acceptable
13.4.C Slideout T-Molding Trim
Comments: Acceptable
13.5.C Sweeps, Seals, & Gaskets
Comments: Acceptable
The inspector noted an abundance of sealant on the rear 1/3 of the T molding tape.
13.5.C Item 1 (Picture)
13.6.C Slideout Gear Rack System
Comments: Acceptable
This RV is equipped with a Schwintek slideout.

When extending or retracting a Schwintek slideout, hold the button for a full 3 seconds after fully moving the slideout in or out.

This helps the slideout adjust itself into proper alignment.

13.7.C Slideout Wiring Harness
Comments: Not Inspected
13.8.C Slideout Switch
Comments: Acceptable
13.9.C Awning Topper Frame & Latching Mechanism
Comments: Acceptable
Slide topper data plate.
13.9.C Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

14. Exterior Appliances
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Exterior Appliances
Water Heater Brand:
Truma
Water Heater Type:
Tank Less
Water Heater Heat Source(s):
Gas Only
Water Heater Type of Ignition:
Direct Spark (DSI)
Furnace Brand:
Suburban
Cooktop Exhaust Vent - Venting:
Re-Circulates Air
TV Brand:
Other
Model / Serial : Connex
 
 
Items: Exterior Appliances
14.0 Water Heater
Comments: Poor
P&T valve was positively checked for water flow in the unit. On/off switch was tested in both "on" directions resulting in failure to produce warm water. See additional information in section 18.2.
14.0 Item 1 (Picture)
14.1 Water Heater Rubber Grommet Sealed Around Gas Line
Comments: Acceptable
The water heater rubber grommet is sealed properly.
14.1 Item 1 (Picture)
14.2 Refrigerator Backside Cooling Coils
Comments: Not Present
14.3 Furnace(s)
Comments: Acceptable
14.4 In-House Vacuum System
Comments: Not Present
14.5 TV
Comments: Acceptable
14.6 Radio
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

15. Exterior Water Systems
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Items: Exterior Water Systems
15.0 Exterior Water Panel
Comments: Fair
While on the city water connection operations, and demand is being called for at a fixture, the dry camping water pump will turn on. The pump only turned off when the water bay is switched to dry camping mode.
X
15.0 Item 1 (Video)
15.1 City Water Connection
Comments: Acceptable
15.2 City Water Pressure Regulator Available
Comments: Not Present
A pressure regulator is recommended for all city water connections.

If not installed, this can cause possible bursting of fresh water lines which may cause significant damage to the unit.

15.2 Item 1 (Picture)
15.3 City Water Food Grade Hose Available for Test
Comments: Acceptable
15.4 Outside Shower
Comments: Acceptable
15.5 Black Tank Flush Connection
Comments: Acceptable
15.6 Sewer Hose Fittings
Comments: Acceptable
15.7 Sewer Drain Cap(s)
Comments: Acceptable
15.8 Black Water Tank Valve(s)
Comments: Acceptable
15.9 Gray Water Tank Valve(s)
Comments: Acceptable
15.10 On-Board Water Tank / Fixtures for Tank Fill
Comments: Acceptable
15.11 Water Filter(s)
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

16. Propane Tanks / Connections
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Propane Tanks / Connections
DOT #1 - Cylinder Size:
40 LBS
DOT #1 - Date of Manufacture:
2022
DOT #2 - Cylinder Size:
40 LBS
DOT #2 - Date of Manufacture:
Other
Year : 2022
 
 
Items: Propane Tanks / Connections
16.0 Hoses and Regulators
Comments: Acceptable
16.1 LP Shutoff Valve
Comments: Acceptable
16.2 Extend-A-Stay Valve
Comments: Not Present
16.3 Quick Connect Grill Port
Comments: Acceptable
16.4 DOT Tank #1
Comments: Acceptable
DOT Tank Manufacture Date
16.4 Item 1 (Picture)
16.5 DOT Tank #2
Comments: Acceptable
DOT Tank Manufacture Date
16.5 Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

17. Electrical
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Electrical
Power Source - Type:
50 Amp / 240 Volts AC - connected
Inverter - Brand:
Other
Model / Serial : Go Power
12 Volt DC Coach Battery - Location:
Storage Bay
Items: Electrical
17.0 Receptacles/Polarity
Comments: Acceptable
17.1 GFCI Receptacle
Comments: Acceptable
17.2 Electrical Panel Box
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the electrical panel.
17.2 Item 1 (Picture)
17.3 Circuit Breakers
Comments: Acceptable
17.4 Fuse Panel
Comments: Acceptable
17.5 Converter
Comments: Acceptable
17.6 Inverter
Comments: Acceptable
17.7 Power Cord
Comments: Acceptable
17.8 Coach Batteries
Comments: Acceptable
(1) Overview of the coach batteries.
17.8 Item 1 (Picture)
(2) The batteries are not wired the most efficient way.  When batteries are wired in parallel the positive lead to the coach should be connected to the first battery in-line.  The negative lead to the coach should be connected to the last battery in-line.  This allows the batteries to drain and charge evenly and helps them last longer.

The yellow box shows that the positive and negative main leads are connected to the number one battery in parallel.

17.8 Item 2 (Picture)
17.9 USB Outlets
Comments: Acceptable
17.10 Generator
Comments: Not Present
17.11 Transfer Switch
Comments: Acceptable
17.12 Solar Control Panel
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the solar control panel.
17.12 Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

18. Appliances
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.

NOTE: If the RV has an absorption refrigerator, the absorption refrigerator must be in operation for at least 12 hours to allow for an accurate temperature reading to be taken in the freezer and the refrigerator compartments.

NOTE: This inspection may not reveal a problem if the refrigerator was not powered on for the minimum recommended time.

Styles & Materials: Appliances
Microwave - Brand:
Samsung
Microwave - Type:
Microwave / Convection
Cooktop Exhaust Vent - Part of Microwave:
Yes
Cooktop - Brand:
Insignia
Cooktop - Burner Ignition Souce:
Auto - Piezo Ignition
Oven - Brand:
Insignia
Oven - Burner Ignition Source:
Auto - Piezo Ignition
Brand Refrigerator:
Samsung
Control Panel Location - Refrigerator:
Inside Refrigerator
Type Refrigerator:
Residential
Power Source - Refrigerator:
120 Volts AC
Powered ON 12 + Hours - Refrigerator:
Yes
Electric Fireplace Brand:
Unknown
Washer / Dryer Type:
Single Units
Washer Brand:
Splendide
Dryer Brand:
Splendide
Dishwasher - Brand:
Fisher Paykel
 
Items: Appliances
18.0 Furnace(s)
Comments: Acceptable
18.1 Electric Fireplace(s)
Comments: Acceptable
18.2 Water Heater
Comments: Poor
The water heater did not raise the temperature of the water when set on propane.
18.2 Item 1 (Picture)
18.2 Item 2 (Picture)
18.3 Microwave
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of water temperature with one minute operation of microwave.
18.3 Item 1 (Picture)
Start
18.3 Item 2 (Picture)
1 Minute
18.4 Cooktop Exhaust Vent
Comments: Acceptable
18.5 Cooktop
Comments: Acceptable
18.6 Oven
Comments: Acceptable
In order to light an oven with an electric Auto Piezo start, turn the oven temperature dial to the light/flame position and push in.

At the same time, turn the electric Auto Piezo start knob until the pilot ignites.

Release the temperature knob and adjust the burner flame until the desired temperature is reached.

18.7 Freezer
Comments: Acceptable
Freezer temperature(s).
18.7 Item 1 (Picture)
18.8 Refrigerator
Comments: Acceptable
Refrigerator temperature
18.8 Item 1 (Picture)
18.9 Ice Maker
Comments: Acceptable
18.10 Water & Ice Dispenser
Comments: Not Present
18.11 Washer
Comments: Acceptable
The Splendide washer was tested by running a short cycle.
X
18.11 Item 1 (Video)
18.12 Dryer
Comments: Acceptable
18.13 Dishwasher
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the dishwasher. The dishwasher was tested by running a short cycle.
18.13 Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

19. Life Safety Items
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.

NOTE: LP Detectors have an estimated service life of 5 years after which time it is recommended they be replaced.

NOTE: CO Detectors have an estimated service life of 5 to 7 years after which time it is recommended they be replaced.

NOTE: Smoke Detectors have an estimated service life of 5 to 10 years after which time it is recommended they be replaced. 

NOTE: A proper leak test can only be performed at a gas cooktop or an accessory grill port on the exterior of the RV.  If neither of these are present, a Propane Leak Test can't be performed.

Styles & Materials: Life Safety Items
LP Detector Brand:
Safe-T-Alert
LP Detector Date:
Less Than One Year Old
LP Detector Test Method:
Tested by Spraying LP
LP Detector Test Result:
Pass
CO Detector Brand:
Safe-T-Alert
CO Detector Date:
Less Than One Year Old
CO Detector Test Result:
Pass
Smoke Detector Brand:
BRK
Smoke Detector Date:
Less Than One Year Old
Smoke Detector Test Result:
Pass
Fire Extinguisher Brand:
First Alert
Minimum 10 B:C Rating - Fire Extinguisher:
Yes
Mounted within 24 Inches of Entrance Door - Fire Extinguisher:
Yes
Secure in Bracket - Fire Extinguisher:
Yes
Gauge Indicates Charged State - Fire Extinguisher:
Yes
Items: Life Safety Items
19.0 LP Leak System Test
Comments: Acceptable
The LP (Propane) Leak Test was performed at the outdoor accessory grill port.
19.0 Item 1 (Picture)
Full Pressure
19.0 Item 2 (Picture)
Start
19.0 Item 3 (Picture)
Stop
19.1 LP Detector
Comments: Acceptable
LP/CO Detector Data Plate The 12-volt LP / CO detector located in the kitchen has a manufacture date of December 2021.
19.1 Item 1 (Picture)
19.1 Item 2 (Picture)
19.2 Carbon Monoxide Detector
Comments: Acceptable
The 12-volt LP / CO detector located in the kitchen has a manufacture date of December 2021.
19.2 Item 1 (Picture)
19.3 Smoke Detector
Comments: Acceptable
The battery-operated smoke detector located in the hallway has a manufacture date of March 2022.
19.3 Item 1 (Picture)
19.4 Fire Extinguisher
Comments: Acceptable
The fire extinguisher is less than 12 years old, shows a charged state and is properly mounted and secured.
19.4 Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

20. Interior Water Systems
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Interior Water Systems
Battery Monitor Reading:
Digital Reading
Fresh Water Tank Reading:
Full
Gray Water Tank #1 Reading:
Digital Reading
Digital or Percentage Reading : 15%
Gray Water Tank #2 (Galley) Reading:
Digital Reading
Digital or Percentage Reading : 20٪
Black Water Tank #1 Reading:
Empty
Kitchen Sink - Style:
Double Bowl
Kitchen Sink - Type:
Stainless
Bathroom Sink - Style:
Double Bowl
Bathroom Sink - Type:
Solid Surface
Shower / Tub - Style:
Shower Stall
Shower / Tub - Enclosure Type:
Glass Doors
Toilet - Style:
Porcelain
Toilet - Type:
Gravity
 
 
Items: Interior Water Systems
20.0 Monitor Panel
Comments: Acceptable
(1) Overview of the monitor panel.
20.0 Item 1 (Picture)
Empty tanks
20.0 Item 2 (Picture)
(2) Overview of the thermostatic/HVAC controls contained in the multiplex control panel.
20.0 Item 3 (Picture)
20.1 Under Kitchen Sink
Comments: Acceptable
20.2 Kitchen Faucet
Comments: Acceptable
A scuff mark was observed on base of the kitchen faucet.
20.2 Item 1 (Picture)
20.3 Kitchen Sink
Comments: Acceptable
No sealant was present in the back right corner of the kitchen sink.
20.3 Item 1 (Picture)
20.4 Skylights
Comments: Acceptable
20.5 Shower / Tub(s)
Comments: Acceptable
(1) Overview of the shower faucet(s).
X
20.5 Item 1 (Video)
(2) The moulding around the top edge of the shower did not sit flush to the tile wall.
20.5 Item 2 (Picture)
20.5 Item 3 (Picture)
Faucet wall
20.5 Item 4 (Picture)
Bench wall
20.6 Under Bathroom Sink
Comments: Acceptable
20.7 Bathroom Faucet(s)
Comments: Acceptable
20.8 Bathroom Sink(s)
Comments: Acceptable
20.9 Toilet(s)
Comments: Acceptable
20.10 Water Pump
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

21(A) . Front AC
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.

NOTE: The Delta-T average acceptable performance range is 14 to 22 F (8 to 12 C).

NOTE: In high humidity, the range may be lower (12 to 16 F) (7 to 9 C).

NOTE: In desert areas, it may be higher (23 to 26 F) (13 to 15 C).

Styles & Materials: Front AC
Air Conditioner Brand:
Dometic
Air Conditioner Thermostatic Controls:
Dual with Furnace
Air Conditioner Options:
Air Conditioning and Heat Pump
Air Conditioner Delta-T:
Degrees F
Degrees : 28.8
 
 
Items: Front AC
21.0.A Air Conditioner
Comments: Acceptable
Temperature of the air flowing from the front AC unit.
21.0.A Item 1 (Picture)
21.1.A Air Conditioner Filter
Comments: Acceptable
21.2.A Heat Mode
Comments: Acceptable
Temperature of the air flowing from the heat pump installed on the front AC unit is 116 degrees fahrenheit.
21.2.A Item 1 (Picture)
21.3.A Thermostat
Comments: Acceptable
21.4.A MultiPlex Touch Screen
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

21(B) . Rear AC
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.

NOTE: The Delta-T average acceptable performance range is 14 to 22 F (8 to 12 C).

NOTE: In high humidity, the range may be lower (12 to 16 F) (7 to 9 C).

NOTE: In desert areas, it may be higher (23 to 26 F) (13 to 15 C).

Styles & Materials: Rear AC
Air Conditioner Brand:
Dometic
Air Conditioner Thermostatic Controls:
Zoned
Air Conditioner Options:
Air Conditioning Only
Air Conditioner Delta-T:
Degrees F
Degrees : 34.0
 
 
Items: Rear AC
21.0.B Air Conditioner
Comments: Acceptable
Temperature of the air flowing from the rear AC unit.
21.0.B Item 1 (Picture)
21.1.B Air Conditioner Filter
Comments: Acceptable
A screw is present above the air conditioner intake filter.
21.1.B Item 1 (Picture)
21.2.B Thermostat
Comments: Acceptable
21.3.B MultiPlex Touch Screen
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

21(C) . Center AC
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.

NOTE: The Delta-T average acceptable performance range is 14 to 22 F (8 to 12 C).

NOTE: In high humidity, the range may be lower (12 to 16 F) (7 to 9 C).

NOTE: In desert areas, it may be higher (23 to 26 F) (13 to 15 C).

Styles & Materials: Center AC
Air Conditioner Brand:
Dometic
Air Conditioner Thermostatic Controls:
Zoned
Air Conditioner Options:
Air Conditioning and Heat Pump
Air Conditioner Delta-T:
Degrees F
Degrees : 30.7
 
 
Items: Center AC
21.0.C Air Conditioner
Comments: Acceptable
Temperature of the air flowing from the center AC unit.
21.0.C Item 1 (Picture)
21.1.C Air Conditioner Filter
Comments: Acceptable
21.2.C Heat Mode
Comments: Acceptable
Temperature of the air flowing from the heat pump installed on the center AC unit at 115 degrees fahrenheit.
21.2.C Item 1 (Picture)
21.3.C Thermostat
Comments: Acceptable
21.4.C MultiPlex Touch Screen
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

22. Interior
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Interior
Ceiling Vents Type:
Electric Vent with Fan - Controls on Unit
Electric Vent with Fan - Remote Control
Countertop Type:
Solid Surface
Window Type:
Double Pane - Insulated
Window Coverings / Blinds Type:
Double Roller - not attached at bottom
Flooring Type:
Carpet
Vinyl Tile
 
Items: Interior
22.0 Interior
Comments: Acceptable
Gaps in trim work were present in multiple locations across the unit.
22.0 Item 1 (Picture)
22.1 Ceiling
Comments: Acceptable
22.2 Ceiling Vents
Comments: Acceptable
22.3 Ceiling Fan
Comments: Acceptable
22.4 TV Antenna Interior Handle
Comments: Not Present
22.5 Skylights
Comments: Acceptable
22.6 Lights
Comments: Acceptable
22.7 Light Fixtures
Comments: Acceptable
22.8 Walls
Comments: Acceptable
No grout was present between the tiles of the kitchen backsplash.
22.8 Item 1 (Picture)
22.8 Item 2 (Picture)
22.9 Cabinets / Pantries
Comments: Acceptable
22.10 Drawers
Comments: Acceptable
The soft-close on the lowest, right-hand drawer in the bathroom does not function properly. To be closed fully it must be manually pushed.
X
22.10 Item 1 (Video)
22.11 Counter Tops
Comments: Acceptable
Miscellaneous item was found on the counter upon inspector's arrival.
22.11 Item 1 (Picture)
22.12 Windows
Comments: Acceptable
22.13 Emergency Exit Windows
Comments: Acceptable
22.14 Windows Screens
Comments: Acceptable
The screen on the right-hand side of the large dinette window was not properly in place.
22.14 Item 1 (Picture)
22.14 Item 2 (Picture)
22.15 Window Covering / Blinds
Comments: Acceptable
22.16 Interior Door(s)
Comments: Acceptable
22.17 Interior Steps/Handrails
Comments: Acceptable
22.18 Flooring
Comments: Acceptable
A yellow substance was found stuck to the carpet next to the curbside couch.
22.18 Item 1 (Picture)
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

23. Furniture
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Furniture
Sofa(s) - Type:
Convertible Tri-Fold
Theater Seating - Type:
Back Recline
Leg Recline
Lights
Dinette Type:
Legless Slide-out
Closets / Dressers - Types of Hinges:
Hidden
 
 
Items: Furniture
23.0 Furniture
Comments: Acceptable
23.1 Chair(s)
Comments: Acceptable
23.2 Sofa(s)
Comments: Acceptable
23.3 Theater Seating
Comments: Acceptable
23.4 Dinette
Comments: Acceptable
23.5 Bed(s)
Comments: Acceptable
The mattress is in the original packaging. The mattress was verified as king size.
23.5 Item 1 (Picture)
23.6 Closets
Comments: Acceptable
23.7 Dressers
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

24(A) . Living Room TV
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Items: Living Room TV
24.0.A Unit Works Properly
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the living area TV.
X
24.0.A Item 1 (Video)
24.1.A Unit Properly Mounted and Secured
Comments: Acceptable
24.2.A Remote Controls
Comments: Acceptable
24.3.A Antenna Power Booster Operational
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

24(B) . Radio
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Items: Radio
24.0.B Unit Works Properly
Comments: Acceptable
24.1.B Unit Properly Mounted and Secured
Comments: Acceptable
24.2.B Remote Controls
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

24(C) . Bedroom TV
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Items: Bedroom TV
24.0.C Unit Works Properly
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the bedroom TV.
X
24.0.C Item 1 (Video)
24.1.C Unit Properly Mounted and Secured
Comments: Acceptable
24.2.C Remote Controls
Comments: Acceptable
24.3.C Antenna Power Booster Operational
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

25. Leveling System
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Leveling System
Leveling System Brand:
Lippert
Leveling System - Type:
Hydraulic
Leveling System Control:
Auto Level
5th Wheel - Front Landing Gear:
Hydraulic
5th Wheel - Rear Stabilizing System:
Hydraulic
 
Items: Leveling System
25.0 Fifth Wheel Landing Gear
Comments: Acceptable
25.1 Leveling System Jacks
Comments: Acceptable
25.2 Leveling System Control Panel
Comments: Acceptable
25.3 Hydraulic Pump
Comments: Acceptable
25.4 Hydraulic Lines
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

26. Fifth Wheel Hitch
Description
NOTE: The inspector has verified the items in this section.
Styles & Materials: Fifth Wheel Hitch
5th Wheel - Pin Box:
King Pin with Air Ride
 
 
Items: Fifth Wheel Hitch
26.0 7 Pin Cord
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the 7 pin cord connection shows one of the pins has a discolored burn mark. It is recommended that all pin functions be tested before taking delivery.

 It is recommended that when storing the 7 pin cord connector into the 5th wheel pinbox that the 7 pin connector be protected from contact with other metal within the pinbox to to minimize the risk of shorting out the plug.

26.0 Item 1 (Picture)
26.1 Break Away Switch
Comments: Acceptable
Overview of the 12 volt breakaway switch.
26.1 Item 1 (Picture)
26.1 Item 2 (Picture)
26.2 Pin Box
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

27(A) . Front Curbside
Description
NOTE: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends that all tires older than six (6) years be replaced, regardless of their condition.
Styles & Materials: Front Curbside
Tire - Brand:
Goodyear
Tire - Size:
215/75R17.5
Tire - DOT Date:
Visually Verified
WWYY : 0822
Load Range:
H
Load Capacity:
Single Tire Rating
4805 lbs
Tire - Maximum Air Pressure:
125 PSI
Tire - Current Air Pressure:
Tire Gauge Reading (psi)
PSI : 117.2
 
 
Items: Front Curbside
27.0.A Tire Age
Comments: Acceptable
27.1.A Tire Condition
Comments: Acceptable
27.2.A Valve Stem
Comments: Acceptable
27.3.A Tire Pressure
Comments: Acceptable
The air pressure in the front curbside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27.4.A Wheel Assembly
Comments: Acceptable
27.5.A Wheel Well
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

27(B) . Center Curbside
Description
NOTE: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends that all tires older than six (6) years be replaced, regardless of their condition.
Styles & Materials: Center Curbside
Tire - Brand:
Goodyear
Tire - Size:
215/75R17.5
Tire - DOT Date:
Visually Verified
WWYY : 1422
Load Range:
H
Load Capacity:
Single Tire Rating
4805 lbs
Tire - Maximum Air Pressure:
125 PSI
Tire - Current Air Pressure:
Tire Gauge Reading (psi)
PSI : 118.2
 
 
Items: Center Curbside
27.0.B Tire Age
Comments: Acceptable
27.1.B Tire Condition
Comments: Acceptable
27.2.B Valve Stem
Comments: Acceptable
27.3.B Tire Pressure
Comments: Acceptable
The air pressure in the center curbside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27.4.B Wheel Assembly
Comments: Acceptable
27.5.B Wheel Well
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

27(C) . Rear Curbside
Description
NOTE: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends that all tires older than six (6) years be replaced, regardless of their condition.
Styles & Materials: Rear Curbside
Tire - Brand:
Goodyear
Tire - Size:
215/75R17.5
Tire - DOT Date:
Visually Verified
WWYY : 1522
Load Range:
H
Load Capacity:
Single Tire Rating
4805 lbs
Tire - Maximum Air Pressure:
125 PSI
Tire - Current Air Pressure:
Tire Gauge Reading (psi)
PSI : 121.4
 
 
Items: Rear Curbside
27.0.C Tire Age
Comments: Acceptable
27.1.C Tire Condition
Comments: Acceptable
27.2.C Valve Stem
Comments: Acceptable
27.3.C Tire Pressure
Comments: Acceptable
The air pressure in the rear curbside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27.4.C Wheel Assembly
Comments: Acceptable
27.5.C Wheel Well
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

27(D) . Rear Streetside
Description
NOTE: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends that all tires older than six (6) years be replaced, regardless of their condition.
Styles & Materials: Rear Streetside
Tire - Brand:
Goodyear
Tire - Size:
215/75R17.5
Tire - DOT Date:
Visually Verified
WWYY : 0822
Load Range:
H
Load Capacity:
Single Tire Rating
4805 lbs
Tire - Maximum Air Pressure:
125 PSI
Tire - Current Air Pressure:
Tire Gauge Reading (psi)
PSI : 118.2
 
 
Items: Rear Streetside
27.0.D Tire Age
Comments: Acceptable
27.1.D Tire Condition
Comments: Acceptable
27.2.D Valve Stem
Comments: Acceptable
27.3.D Tire Pressure
Comments: Acceptable
The air pressure in the rear streetside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27.4.D Wheel Assembly
Comments: Acceptable
27.5.D Wheel Well
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

27(E) . Center Streetside
Description
NOTE: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends that all tires older than six (6) years be replaced, regardless of their condition.
Styles & Materials: Center Streetside
Tire - Brand:
Goodyear
Tire - Size:
215/75R17.5
Tire - DOT Date:
Visually Verified
WWYY : 0722
Load Range:
H
Load Capacity:
Single Tire Rating
4805 lbs
Tire - Maximum Air Pressure:
125 PSI
Tire - Current Air Pressure:
Tire Gauge Reading (psi)
PSI : 117.8
 
 
Items: Center Streetside
27.0.E Tire Age
Comments: Acceptable
27.1.E Tire Condition
Comments: Acceptable
27.2.E Valve Stem
Comments: Acceptable
27.3.E Tire Pressure
Comments: Acceptable
The air pressure in the center streetside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27.4.E Wheel Assembly
Comments: Acceptable
27.5.E Wheel Well
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

27(F) . Front Streetside
Description
NOTE: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends that all tires older than six (6) years be replaced, regardless of their condition.
Styles & Materials: Front Streetside
Tire - Brand:
Goodyear
Tire - Size:
215/75R17.5
Tire - DOT Date:
Visually Verified
WWYY : 0822
Load Range:
H
Load Capacity:
Single Tire Rating
4805 lbs
Tire - Maximum Air Pressure:
125 PSI
Tire - Current Air Pressure:
Tire Gauge Reading (psi)
PSI : 115.4
 
 
Items: Front Streetside
27.0.F Tire Age
Comments: Acceptable
27.1.F Tire Condition
Comments: Acceptable
27.2.F Valve Stem
Comments: Acceptable
27.3.F Tire Pressure
Comments: Acceptable
The air pressure in the front streetside tire is below the cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27.4.F Wheel Assembly
Comments: Acceptable
27.5.F Wheel Well
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

27(G) . Spare Tire
Description
NOTE: The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommends that all tires older than six (6) years be replaced, regardless of their condition.
Styles & Materials: Spare Tire
Tire - Brand:
Cooper
Tire - Size:
215/75R17.5
Tire - DOT Date:
Visually Verified
WWYY : 0822
Load Range:
H
Load Capacity:
Single Tire Rating
4805 lbs
Tire - Maximum Air Pressure:
125 PSI
Tire - Current Air Pressure:
Tire Gauge Reading (psi)
PSI : 113.5
Spare Tire Rack - Type:
Mounted Rack - Under RV
 
Items: Spare Tire
27.0.G Tire Age
Comments: Acceptable
27.1.G Tire Condition
Comments: Acceptable
27.2.G Valve Stem
Comments: Acceptable
27.3.G Tire Pressure
Comments: Acceptable
The air pressure in the spare tire is below the maximum cold tire pressure recommended by the manufacturer.
27.4.G Wheel Assembly
Comments: Acceptable
27.5.G Wheel Well
Comments: Not Present
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.

28. Chassis / Undercarriage
Description
NOTE: Due to insurance restrictions, the motor home can NOT be driven by the inspector.

NOTE: Due to the lack of clearance under the motor home and safety concerns, the inspector will conduct the following visual inspections from the outer perimeter of the motor home.

Styles & Materials: Chassis / Undercarriage
Number of Axles:
Three
Suspension Bolts:
With Zerk Fittings
Underbelly - Type:
Enclosed
Items: Chassis / Undercarriage
28.0 Frame
Comments: Acceptable
See 360° photos in section 1.0.
28.1 Shock Absorber(s)
Comments: Acceptable
28.2 Running Gear
Comments: Acceptable
28.3 Underbelly - Condition
Comments: Acceptable
It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate Life Safety Issues further and correct as needed prior to use.

It is recommended that a qualified RV technician or appropriate service person investigate all issues further and correct as needed.

Suite Wheels RV Inspections & Services does not recommend any technicians. Click Here for a directory of RV professionals across the United States.

All costs associated with further inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase.


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Report Attachments

ATTENTION: This inspection report is incomplete without reading the information included herein at these links/attachments. Note If you received a printed version of this page and did not receive a copy of the report through the internet please contact your inspector for a printed copy of the attachments.

Riverstone 419RD Brochure

RV Lock Programming

Sample - Build Sheet

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