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Old 12-27-2008, 03:33 AM   #1
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Hello Everyone just wanted to let everyone know that I took my 06 Seabreeze to American Frame in Tampa Florida and they fixed me right up. If anyone is ever in Tampa these guys are great!! My coach needed a Alignment and the front tires needed to be balanced. Rusty at American Frame took care of me. He balance the tires right on the coach. He is old school and did this without any machines. He also took a machine and trued the front tires. My coach now drives and rides great!! Its hard to find good techs and honest people so I thought I would let everyone know how great they our. The best part about everything is that was the best $54 I have ever spent on my coach.

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Hello Everyone just wanted to let everyone know that I took my 06 Seabreeze to American Frame in Tampa Florida and they fixed me right up. If anyone is ever in Tampa these guys are great!! My coach needed a Alignment and the front tires needed to be balanced. Rusty at American Frame took care of me. He balance the tires right on the coach. He is old school and did this without any machines. He also took a machine and trued the front tires. My coach now drives and rides great!! Its hard to find good techs and honest people so I thought I would let everyone know how great they our. The best part about everything is that was the best $54 I have ever spent on my coach.

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I had my front tires trued (shaved) then while he balanced them I sat in the drivers seat and told him if the shakes were better or worse until they totally disappeared. Then I took a 4000 mile trip and found it was amazing how smooth it was. It was the best it had ever been. Although you shave rubber off it actually makes the tire last longer.

I agree with you. That is the way to go. Weaver Brothers Tires do it hear in Marietta, GA
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