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Old 10-18-2012, 05:31 PM   #1
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Any Good HWH Shops in Phoenix Area?

Having replaced my carpet with vinyl flooring, I think I want to replace the original glide strips on each on each of my two front 15' flat floor slides. The change is from the poly skids designed to slide over carpet to the skids designed for hard surface floors.

I've read posts by those who have tackled the job themselves, but as Clint says, a man needs to know his limitations and this job is beyond mine.

Does anyone know of a shop in the Phoenix area who has experience with this work? Actually, any place within a few hundred miles would probably be OK too. I've heard that 3 T's is a "master HWH" shop but are there others closer?

I'd also be interested in hearing from anyone who has had this done already.

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I've heard that Massey's is good for drive train and not so good for coach work. Things may have changed though.
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