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Old 04-03-2014, 03:54 PM   #99
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sorry can tell you now they well fix it

the cost to fix it is way under 50% of the price of the unit
they well fine a unit like yours that had a small fire that never made it under the floor and have you back in the road for under 10k

when i priced a newer frunt cap for my RV after a fire it was only 5000$ new no paint

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Old 04-04-2014, 02:16 PM   #100
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Nope, well not exsctly, still hve coolant leaks, will have to fix them myself since Cummins wants to charge me every time they work on them (they inspected original repairs and did not find them then), they are not going to get any more of my business I hope. There should be responsibility on repairs, and those responsiubilities should go on until the issue is solved. I can see them, cannot get to them without taking radiator shroud (outside of coachg) off and then squeeze into that area to inspect it. Going to wait until I get home. Otherwise it's working just fine.

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