https://www.bbb.org/us/ut/springville/profile/trailer-sales/moby1-expedition-trailers-llc-1166-90012937/complaintsSo did moby just go Out of business, or did they do so taking lots of deposits with them? I don’t think anyone has actually posted that they lost a deposit to them…
Ouch. I could not fathom being one of those people.
If you lived closer would love to fix this thingMoby 1 screwed me on my trailer, which sits unused in my back yard. I live in Washington. The trailer leaks like a sieve. I tried and threatened to get them to do something, but it came down to them wanting me to pay thousands more to ship it back and forth, and no warranty that the work would be completed.
The trailer body is out of square on one side. In a big way.
When I purchased I got the same runaround others have said they had. It took 14 months to finally get the trailer I was told would be 3-6 months, and 19 months before I got awning I paid for and other misc items that were supposed to be part of my build. Shady is putting it lightly. In my mind Ashley Grimes (former owner of Moby1) is nothing but a crook and has been for some time.
I'm deciding what to do now. Honestly I couldn't look at the thing for the last couple years because I'd get to angry about being ripped off. I'm trying to decide if I want to have someone try to fix it, or if I should throw in the towel and have a box built with a rooftop tent.If you lived closer would love to fix this thing
It was covered with a tarp at the beginning of winter, but it flew off in a heavy wind/rain storm, not for the first time. I figure I can reuse the frame, kitchen stuff (fridge, stove), heater, etc. in a new build if I can't get it fixed by someone reliable.dude!!!!! you spent an ass load of cash on that thing!!, if you ever wanna recoup some of that... get it fixed... is it in a dry area as of now? or exposed to the elements?
any mold yet??? I am sure we could change out the doors,.. cause lets be honest.. those doors are junk, and then seal the rear up if there is a leak... just hate to see such a beautiful trailer not be used for what its meant for.... doors will run you about 280 each, the rest wouldnt cost much..It was covered with a tarp at the beginning of winter, but it flew off in a heavy wind/rain storm, not for the first time. I figure I can reuse the frame, kitchen stuff (fridge, stove), heater, etc. in a new build if I can't get it fixed by someone reliable.