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Old 01-07-2019, 03:20 PM   #1
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Would like to have my 07 winnebago adv. 38t checked over for slide and jack check up and slight adj. On one slide. Where would in your opinion be best winn. Factory or hwh? Thanks in advance for your feedback. Wrinlles

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Old 01-07-2019, 03:24 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by wrinkles View Post
Would like to have my 07 winnebago adv. 38t checked over for slide and jack check up and slight adj. On one slide. Where would in your opinion be best winn. Factory or hwh? Thanks in advance for your feedback. Wrinlles
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I'd shoot HWH an email, and tell them what you want done. I bought an 06 Journey a few years back, and asked HWH last year about stopping in and getting any preventive mx done. They replied if everything is working just keep using it as is. Gotta like the honesty and lack of an upsell!
That said, I think the Winnie factory could do the adjst. just as well.
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We did a walk in to the Winni factory last September for similar adjustments. It took them three days to squeeze us in. But then we were on the road again that afternoon. They are usually three to four month out to schedule an appointment. They know what they are doing and have factory parts on hand if there is a real problem. They are not cheap. If you have time, do a walk in. There are sites for free with power there and across the street.

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I would go to HWH. You are relatively close to both. Fast in and out at HWH. I stopped to have jack work done. I parked overnight with hookups just outside their building. Went in when they opened, went to the office to fill out the paperwork, by the time I was done in the office, the work was done at a very fair price.
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