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Highly recommend, very helpful with purchase.
I have just purchased a Stirling LX camper from PMX in Geraldton. Extremely helpful and jumped through hoops to help me which was very reassuring because coming from the country, customer service means everything. It means that if it takes half a day to rearrange the showroom so a customer can be satisfied with a product, that's what you do.
Unfortunately that didn't happen in the PMX Canning Vale showroom.
I had researched campers and we were very interested in the forward fold with the rear slide, but they were the only dealer in WA wh...o wouldn't let us have a play with opening and closing the camper. We already own a hard floor camper so it was very important to us to be able to set up and pack away quicker so we were quite disheartened. That's was until i met Fabian in Geraldton.
Questions & Answers
Have your warranty issues been sorted out and what were they? Have a stirling lx on order and would like to know what to look out for.
Troy I would advise you to have a look at the Ezytrail Owners Group on Facebook, as it gets more activity for actual owners than this page.
There are 2 groups on facebook, the above one is very good and informative and friendly however all posts are vetted and deleted if slightly negative.
A newer one which is called:
Ezytrail owners club (uncensored)
This is very informative about the campers also but no posts are deleted.
Have you received your camper yet?
Looking forward to your review :)
I owned the same type of camper and I wouldn't recommend any of these types of campers to my worst enemy. The towball weight is ridiculous when loaded with normal things, like two full gas bottles, a full fridge, a full pantry. some bits and bobs in the other storage compartment. My towbar was creaking under the strain and sagging from the weight (Ford Ranger, new model 3500kg towing capacity 350kg towball weight max with a 500kg extra weight leaf spring upgrade) so you can see that you can't have a more capable tow vehicle other than a 200 series Landcruiser. These campers should be a tandem axle set up to distibute the load more. In my opinion they should be outlawed totally! Just look at the side profile and how much is forward of the axle. It's wrong and I dont know how its gotten away with or been approved for road use. The licensing laws obviously need to be reviewed and a practical assessment needs to be made on each design ie: loaded with a standard amount of gear in the storage compartments provided, not just the dry weight and then add a payload allowance??? That doesnt add up in real life... This comment is general in nature to this design not just ezytrail.
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