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Old 12-19-2008, 06:58 PM   #1
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I was really amazed to find that after calling about 6 shops, nobody had the capacity to take my RV in for a front-end alignment, nor knew of a place to recommend, so I'm asking the collective if anyone knows an alignment place that can handle a 33' motorhome - Workhorse chassis with gas engine in the Pacific NW, preferably in the Portland/Vancouver area?
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I was really amazed to find that after calling about 6 shops, nobody had the capacity to take my RV in for a front-end alignment, nor knew of a place to recommend, so I'm asking the collective if anyone knows an alignment place that can handle a 33' motorhome - Workhorse chassis with gas engine in the Pacific NW, preferably in the Portland/Vancouver area?
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Old 12-20-2008, 12:36 AM   #3
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you could try DSU-GMC trucks in portland at 4810 n. basin ave. ph 866.623.0770.
after talking to 2 of their shop foremen about the workhorse brake issues, those folks will NEVER touch my moho. so, if you use them, watch them like a hawk.
if you are willing to drive a little ways, BRAZELS in centralia is known for superior service. i have consulted with them and bought parts from them and they are very knowledgeable.
i would let them work on my moho. ph 360.736.9494
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Old 12-20-2008, 05:36 AM   #4
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Definately Brazels.
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Not close to Portland, but Henderson's Lineup in Grants Pass is also a very good shop.

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Brazell's or Henderson Line Up - two of the best anywhere.
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Wow! This is like Christmas! I woke up to great recommendations! I will end up eventually in Grants Pass, too, eventually, so the Henderson Line Up is good to know, too. But in the meantime, it's off to Brazelsrv. Thanks!

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I would check with truck tire sales places ...many of them can do truck alignments.
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