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Old 03-14-2012, 11:30 AM   #1
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MOBILE OIL CHANGES FOR CLASS A's IN QUARTZITE, AZ?????

does anyone out there have the phone number for any vendor who will do oil changes to class a pushers by coming to your campsite in quartzite or in close proximity? I had found a guy named jim somebody in january of 2011......am on our way to quartzite and would like to get the oil changed in our 2011 tiffin phaeton.........

Any information will be appreciated....thank you.
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Old 03-14-2012, 11:41 AM   #2
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Found this: http://rvservicereviews.com/StateList.asp?state=AZ
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Thanks for your reply Jim, I will check out info you sent.
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Ya know, Andy, there are thousands of RV that travel and stay at Quartzsite every year. There HAS to be a mobile service that does that there. Really. Head over there and enjoy yourself.
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I'm sure that a lot of the mobile RV repair guys would be willing to do it if asked ahead of time so they would bring the right equipment with them.

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I doubt that many options are available for this service at all.

First, BLM does not allow this to be done on BLM land, not that individuals do not tackle the job themselves. A "for hire" person caught doing this by a Ranger would be in real trouble, and probably cost him much in multiple areas of his life.

I have found also, that few RV parks will allow this service to be done in the park, there is just too much of a chance of and oil spill without the rig being raised sufficiently.

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