2016 Clipper 106 Sport

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  1. Jeff Yund

    Jeff Yund New Member

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    Anyone know anything about these models? I'm considering purchasing one. Build quality, etc? Any information would be helpful.
     
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    mattlreese Active Member

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    I have a clipper 2017 106ST, which is larger but same build type. I have had a bunch of minor issues, but no major build quality issues. The bolt that holds up the step/door amd, another small bolt that holds the awning supports fell out in transit on separate trips. One of the USB plugs broke after a month. All 3 were easily fixed.

    I have had a few water issues, clippers use PEX piping which is great, but cheep plastic fittings which are bad. I have had to replace a bunch of these with brass fittings. Annoying, but again no a huge deal to fix.
     
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    These sound like easy fixes. Any other issues to know about? I think I'm going to pull the trigger on it. For $3800, it seems like a good deal.
     
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    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    I have over 5k miles towing mine in 3 years so far, almost 30 nights. I have never had a major issue with it. If you are getting a used one all the minor issues should have already been worked out.
     

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