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Old 03-29-2010, 08:14 AM   #1
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Thanks to Redlands Truck and RV repair

Just a note to say how I appreciated the service at Redlands Truck and Rv. was referred by Eng. Mike to get brake fluid and hydr. fluid changed on my 08 Alpine Coach..They are a real professional and clean business..KC the owner and James, the tech, were very good..found a couple other things that needed attention. I recommend them highly for Alpine Coach or any other Coach work..in and out the day of the appointment. even provide power at the curb for overnight providing you get their early and beat the other guy to it as they only have 2 outlets and on a quiet street and as secure as it gets.. also, thanks Eng. Mike for being there for us. Mel

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Old 03-30-2010, 07:55 PM   #3
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EM, have not forgotten about the plugs I need to get back to you, been busy with school and making it home safe. We will down your way in the fall, and maybe at the FMCA Rally in Redmond. Once we get home, I can just ship them back to you and yo can send me the new ones, either way works.
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Old 07-17-2010, 09:12 AM   #4
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I live in Mclean, Va, where is the Redland Truck &Rv repairs? email me to@ jdbpuremex@aol. tks,
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jdb- Redlands is in southern California.

You can click on the following link to go to the Motorhomes Problems & Solutions forum and post a question asking for referrals in your area for service. Describe the reasons for service to get more specific recommendations if available.

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