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Old 09-17-2007, 09:26 AM   #1
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If anyone is from the Gettysburg, PA area, or has traveled through the area - I need the name of a front end alignment business that handles motorhomes.
Long story - remember the clunking front end? Well finally got the answer - the bushings on both ends of the steering drag link were totally shot. WRV's supplier would not sell just the ends so I had to buy a whole new drag link. Just had it installed and the suggestion was to have the alignment checked. Couldn't get it done here in Vermont.
Heading for Gettysburg this week.
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If anyone is from the Gettysburg, PA area, or has traveled through the area - I need the name of a front end alignment business that handles motorhomes.
Long story - remember the clunking front end? Well finally got the answer - the bushings on both ends of the steering drag link were totally shot. WRV's supplier would not sell just the ends so I had to buy a whole new drag link. Just had it installed and the suggestion was to have the alignment checked. Couldn't get it done here in Vermont.
Heading for Gettysburg this week.
Thanks
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I live in Chambersburg. I do have a couple places that do alignments. Please feel free to email me at ron@keystonervcenter.com or call me 717-360-4627 Good Luck Ron
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