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Old 05-04-2015, 09:50 AM   #43
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I own a big rig salvage yard so I have the tools and know how to do everything myself. The only thing I've carried mine in for is a slide adjustment because I'm not comfortable doing it. The slide would tip out at the top when sliding out and I thought it needed adjusting but they informed me it was suppose to do that.
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Old 05-04-2015, 12:36 PM   #44
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I owned and ran an automotive machine shop for many years. Thus all the mechanics came to me to get engines rebuilt along with other work. I delt with hundred in not thousands of mechanics over the years. Of these I could count on one hand the ones I would let touch any car much less motorhome of mine even if they did it for free. So for me it is always toolbox!!
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Scratching holes in the sky for Uncle Sam, it sure was nice being able to call Maintenance and have them handle it.

But, I'd never be able to afford a 45' Class A if I had to reach for the checkbook every time. So, mark me down as "toolbox."

You USAF types will appreciate that we have our own 781 for the bus: to date, a whopping 70 writeups annually that need fixing. With three exceptions -- that was to install new tires, repack wheel bearings and replace intake valve solenoids -- I did it all.
I was the mechanic you called LOL Ever writeup the squeak in pilots seat. I signed it off removed mouse.

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