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Old 09-17-2016, 12:40 AM   #1
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Great service at Brazels

Ran into an interesting internal engine oil cooler leak in my 330 ISC Cummins, oil was passing from the cooler into the coolant. I was very impressed by both the service writer and the the technicians at Brazels RV Performance, Rochester Wa. Service writer rounded up the cooler and the Fleetguard coolant before I arrived. Service included R&R the cooler plus a $500 power flush to remove the oily coolant. Quite the process. Brazels kept the coach plugged in overnight and were meticulous about leaving the coach clean. Top notch service facility.
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Excellent camp site while they work on your rig too. Water and Electric with a very nice dump station too. Busy place need to schedule work in advance. I stopped in to have a slide problem looked at and quoted a month and a half to get me in for repairs. If I had something major I would make a point of using their service. Have heard nothing but good things about them.
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Brazels is actually in Centralia Wa, if someone googles them.
I feel very fortunate to live about 30 miles from their shop.
Family owned and very knowledgable.
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Ran into an interesting internal engine oil cooler leak in my 330 ISC Cummins, oil was passing from the cooler into the coolant. I was very impressed by both the service writer and the the technicians at Brazels RV Performance, Rochester Wa. Service writer rounded up the cooler and the Fleetguard coolant before I arrived. Service included R&R the cooler plus a $500 power flush to remove the oily coolant. Quite the process. Brazels kept the coach plugged in overnight and were meticulous about leaving the coach clean. Top notch service facility.
Its Centralia WA., not Rochester WA.
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Add my praise for Brazel's. They do very good work and will work with you problem solving. Reasonable charges.
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Its Centralia WA., not Rochester WA.
Don't get hung up on their mailing address. They are physically located on Old Hwy 99 which parallels I-5 and are about half way between I-5 Exit 88 and Centralia. They installed the Super Steer Motion Control Valves on our coach. Knowledgeable people, excellent service.
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