Damage due to Front End Coach Body Movement on Que
We purchased a used 2007 Sunline Que a couple of years ago and traveled about 10,000 miles with it so far.
Last year I started to notice the sheet metal enclosure that surrounds the enclosed propane tanks starting to show evidence of damage due to flexing or impact. Initially I thought the frame was flexing, causing the coach body to flex.
Yesterday as I was examining the front of the Que, as my wife stepped on the stairs (this is a rear entry Que) and the front of the coach body moved (she's not very big, weighs about a "buck-o-five"), while the frame and deck of the trailer remained static. I initially planned to drill through the floor and bolt the coach deck to the frame at the front end of the trailer. But upon more thought and further examination of the front end, it appears this movement may be an intentional design function, so the fiberglass cap on the front of the trailer will not buckle during travel.
Are there any ex-Sunline design folks out their in "Sunline Forum Land" that can answer this question or possibly another Que owner that has experienced this same issue and found a fix.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks Pat Mac