I was installing etrack on my recently purchased 7x14 Pro series. I was shocked at the shoddy workmanship I found.
Specifically the undercoating your advertising boast about was very spotty with none on the wood, only a very thin coat of black paint. One section under the side entry step had no protection at all, bare wood exposed to the elements.. The wiring from the trailer pig tail is connected to the trailer wiring in a houeshold grade junction box which is mounted under the trailer, really? The wiring for the Electric Brakes was routed through several pieces 1 inch square tubing that had razor sharp burrs on the inside that the wire was resting on. Another thing boasted about being protected in your advertising. Just waiting for vibration from the road to saw through the insulation, cause a short and a potentail accident.There was some feeble attempt to protect the wire by wrapping it with what appeared to be some kind of sealing tape. Upon further inspection I found this sealing tape is wrapped around every electrical junction in the trailer but in a very sloppy and unfunctional manner. It niether seals the junction or looks good, they just look like crap and totally unprofessional. The afore mention electrical junctions all use scotch/3m connections which are the lowest grade connection one can use. The ends of the main I Beams were not ground smooth after being cut with a torch. Sloppy welds with pieces of welding wire still attached to the trailer.These items are what I found at a glance. I really fear what else I am going to find as I progess through the building my toy hauler.You charge a premium for your trailers; It would be nice if the work done duirng its construction was at a premium level. Feeling shafted.