The first thing most people go to are tires, brakes, hitch pin. I understand that as if it does not have G rated tires or higher of a reputable brand you will soon be purchasing some. You will find out if you do not have disc brakes you will want them. All that costs money. I would suggest that you closely inspect the roof, especially at both end cap seals especially. I would then closely inspect the underside of all slides especially at the ends. I would have a professional inspect the RV and then I would go over it as well. An extended warranty will cover most mechanical breakdowns and you can always add upgrades as you want but no warranty will cover water damage and rot. I caution you once again on this issue as it will break your heart. I have heard too many horror stories on this and the Facebook website about water damage. One guy recently found water damage on a brand new unit on the dealers lot!!!!
Dean & Cindy (Go DAWGS)
2013 Ram 3500 CC DRW 4.10 "Plain Jane"
(RIP "Struck by Lightning")
B&W 3600 Hitch 25K/6.25k
2012 36RL, Disc Brakes, G614's, 7K axles, Combo WD, Awning Toppers
Full Time Since April 1 2015:)!