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Old 04-23-2016, 08:12 PM   #15
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It may be a little while as I am scheduled for knee replacement on Thursday. My appt. at the shop is for 6 weeks out, hopefully I can drive by then.

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No problem. Hope both of your "shop visits" go well!

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Wishing you a successful knee surgery and speedy recovery!
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Alan, thanks for recommending Leale's. I've heard of them and glad to hear they are a good RV shop!
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Old 04-24-2016, 12:50 PM   #18
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When we lived in the South Bay we liked Leale's. They were expensive, but everything worked when they finished. They also did a good job of repairing all the stuff that had been broken by Almaden's, where we had nothing but problems.
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Thanks for the feedback on both. I think I'll head to Leale's next time! :-)
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A little-known tip for Leale's: they have the capacity for doing a 4-corner weight of your RV, and they offer it to everyone who has work done by them, but they apparently don't advertise the fact! So, if you have any work done by them, just ask for a 4-corner weight and they'll do it for free!
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