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Check the roof for any areas that could have leaked. Open closet and cabinet doors and check for obvious signs of leakage such as discoloration of paneling inside these areas as they will hide leakage signs. Check around all windows to make sure that the sealant is as it should be, then go inside and check under the windows for signs of leakage as well. In my experience, leaking is the single most common problem associated with used travel trailers. Try to find out if it was stored under a cover or not. I would suggest that a trailer stored under cover is far less likely to have common problems like this as the sun can be detrimental. Check any fiberglass seams in the hitch area. Seams coming apart in this area can be a sign of a problem with the frame work. Like the others have suggested, check the refrigerator,a/c and other major appliances for proper operation. If you open the door to the fridge and smell ammonia, that is a sure sign that there is a problem. Check tires closely. When one comes apart, they can do alot of expensive damage. Run out the slides and check for alignment and make sure nothing binds on its travel. Check electric front jacks for proper operation.
01 LWB CC SRW 4x4 7.3 auto
Stage II's,HPX, In tank and pre-pump mods,regulated return
AFE stage II,Garrett BB Turbo,4" turbo back, ITP overboost annihilator, 10 pos. DP Tuner,
Motor and tranny rebuilt. forged rods,Mahle pistons, all balanced, new valves,Comp 910's,C/M P-rods,ARP Studs , homemade AIH delete kit, twin TRU-Cool tranny coolers,Ride-Rite air bags B-D X-Monitor
Don't worry about the Mule, just load the wagon.