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Old 03-12-2015, 05:11 PM   #1
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Heading to Phoenix for windshield and need slides adjusted and fresh water tank leaks. Is there a big RV shop with hook ups in the area?

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Old 03-12-2015, 09:05 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Rusty years View Post
Hi All,
Heading to Phoenix for windshield and need slides adjusted and fresh water tank leaks. Is there a big RV shop with hook ups in the area?
Can't speak for Phoenix, but the eastern suburb of Mesa has tons of RV repair facilities. Main St. seems to have one every 3 blocks or so from Country Club Rd. clear east into Apache Junction. La Mesa RV and Camping World have large facilities across the street from each other at the Mesa Dr. exit off the 60 freeway. Not going to get into the Camping World debate, just passing this on for information. Can't comment on who has hookups, or does the best work, since I use a mobile RV guy for any work I need that I can't figure out myself.

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Old 03-14-2015, 06:14 PM   #6
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I use RV Master Techs in the west valley and really like them. There are a smaller family shop that is always busy and does good work. They are 2 miles or so from Luke AFB.
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Another recommendation for RV Renovators. They will let you stay on their lot with electric hook up, water is available but not on the site. You get lost during the day while they are working on your MH, then come back in the afternoon. They did a good job for me last November. I stayed there three nights while they repaired an interior cabinet that was damaged in a burglary. Quality work.

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