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Old 10-30-2013, 09:27 AM   #15
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Cool Seeking an independent RV inspector

Hi there - we found a MH that we really like and are looking for an independent RV inspector in the Riverside (or nearby city) in California. Can anyone refer us? We could Google, but wanted to try word-of-mouth here first. The RV we want to purchase is a 2005 Fleetwood Terra 31H, with Chevy chasis V10 engine.

Thanks for any help you can give us


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justusRVing.....Chevy chassis would be a Workhorse engine with an 8.1 V8 engine and an Allison 1000 transmission.

A V10 engine would be on a Ford chassis.
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justusRVing.....Chevy chassis would be a Workhorse engine with an 8.1 V8 engine and an Allison 1000 transmission.

A V10 engine would be on a Ford chassis.
Thanks for pointing that out! It is indeed a Ford chassis....we've been looking at so many, guess I got 'em mixed up....details, details....lol....

I think we found someone local to go out and inspect the unit for us, wish us luck!!!
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