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Old 12-29-2013, 10:05 PM   #1
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Boise area maintenance help needed

We need to get some basic maintenance as well as a problem with the roof of a bedroom slideout on our 2006 Bounder 38L DP. It has Freightliner chassis and Cat engine. Would like names of places with good reps as well as those to steer clear of. Oil change, chassis lube, generator service, possibly valves adjusted. Membrane on roof of slide is bunching up in one spot and will be leak problem - needs attention.
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Old 12-29-2013, 10:20 PM   #2
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In Meridan just off the interstate there is a cat service place that does great work. Near by there is also a camper world but I am not that happy with them as the cat service.
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I would avoid Camping World like the plague. Had nothing but poor service with the CW in Meridain. they fequently lie to you to get the RV in for repair, and then it just sits. Have had Dennis Dillon do some work on my coach a couple of times. great work and always truthfull and on time.
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I would avoid Camping World like the plague. Had nothing but poor service with the CW in Meridain. they fequently lie to you to get the RV in for repair, and then it just sits. Have had Dennis Dillon do some work on my coach a couple of times. great work and always truthfull and on time.
I have had poor experience with that camping world which is one of the reasons I was asking the question. Unless I hear differently I may need to give Dennis Dillon a try.
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How about a place for chassis work?
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Western cat in meridian for maintenance , Bretz rv in boise does good work on coach items.
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