A good friend of mine is a retiree. This gent worked very hard all of his life and was a good money manager as well. A couple of months ago he bought a new 5th wheel travel trailer with the remote controlled slide outs and remote controled awnings. Also he bagged a new GMC 1 ton 4 door cab pick up with the diesel engine to pull it. This RV has the "garage" in the back so that he can pull his Ultra Classic into the back of the unit. This whole rig is awesome, deluxe, and I'm sure cost a lot of money. A couple of weeks ago he went on his maiden Journey. This couple departed from Central Indiana and drove to the Smokey Mountains. There they Unloaded the Ultra and road around the Smokies for a week. He is back in town and I called and ask him if everything went OK. (this is his first RV and he is a rookie). He told me yes everything was perfect except for one problem. According to him his Ultra (The flagship of the motor company)...collapsed the floor of his new 5th wheel RV. The rear wheel broke through the floor and was sitting about 3 inches down in a hole. The area that collapsed was between two floor joist. The RV Company is going to fix the floor because it is under warrantee. My pal has requested an additional floor joist be added in the area that failed. This is yet to be seen if they do it or not. He is also going to put some of that fancy checkered floor plate in the area where the Ultra sits, to make the floor more substantial. I am still shocked that this incident occured.