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Old 04-19-2016, 07:13 PM   #1
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Repair shops in western Washington?

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Does anybody have any suggestions for a good repair shop in western Washington? I'm mainly looking for a rear brake job for a 2002 36MDD.
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Brazels in Centralia WA.


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Valley Freightliner, they have several locations. Pacific Truck Centers, I've had great luck with the one in Ridgefield WA. Brazil's is good but expensive.
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Thanks for the reply, but I'll never go back to Brazel Rv. Ever. I gave them two chances, and they broke other stuff both times, although they made good on them. That's why I'm asking for other options.
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Thanks for the reply, but I'll never go back to Brazel Rv. Ever. I gave them two chances, and they broke other stuff both times, although they made good on them. That's why I'm asking for other options.
You should have stated that in your original post! I used them for a front end alignment and they were great.
I've also used the Pacific truck center in Ridgefield as it's less than 10 miles from home. First time was a starter on out Dutch Star, they did great. Last time was to replace my drive axle shocks after Cummins NW in Portland broke one in half and bent the other! Pacific did a lousy job and charged me over $350 to replace the two shocks. The got the center covers off center and dented them up pretty badly. Will have to remove all the lugs to see if I can get the dents out and recenter them. But that's too much for me to do at home with just a bottle jack.
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If you're mechanical you will notice, every place you go or all the reviews, you will experience good and bad at any shop. I myself go to shops for heavy duty repairs and find myself redoing some of their work. LOL
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