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Old 09-01-2016, 10:44 PM   #1
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Rv service in San Bernardino

Hi - our 30 Ft Newmar Baystar has been stored in San Bernardino for 7 months. We are going down there in a couple of weeks and want to service the RV. What service is generally done after storage besides an oil change? Is anyone familiar with Redlands RV? Any other service shops that you can recommend in the area?

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Colton truck Terminal

You have no idea how lucky you are to be so close to Colton Truck & RV Terminal. I never heard of them until 2 years ago when I bought my first motorhome-a Country Coach diesel pusher. I recommend you google Colton truck terminal reviews. The best in the western US. They work on chassis only and M & M RV in Chino is also great for the (inside) coach. I have a few friends who were not happy with work that Redlands did. You will be impressed with both Colton & m & m.
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A few months ago I called Colton Truck to schedule some repairs I had. Colton told me they do not want to work on gas chassis MHs. I can highly recommend Redlands Truck and RV having used them multiple times.
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Old 09-02-2016, 08:20 AM   #4
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You might try McBrides in Chino , they service our Travel Supreme
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Old 09-02-2016, 06:38 PM   #5
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I'd say the previous post is true about gas rigs at Colton. If your rig is diesel, I'd highly recommend Colton. In terms of any RV repair, I would pay close attention to reviews by their customers on sites such as yelp
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I too agree that Redlands would probably be the best for your situation. Plus, they've been an iRV2 sponsor for a number of years, have a very good reputation, and cater to the RV owner (to a lot of truck repair places, RVs sometimes are not as important or receive as much service emphasis).

In addition to chassis services and modifications, they also do things such as towing set-ups, satellite dish installation and service, along with a lot of other house services too.

Redlands Truck and RV Performance Center
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I too agree that Redlands would probably be the best for your situation. Plus, they've been an iRV2 sponsor for a number of years, have a very good reputation, and cater to the RV owner (to a lot of truck repair places, RVs sometimes are not as important or receive as much service emphasis).

In addition to chassis services and modifications, they also do things such as towing set-ups, satellite dish installation and service, along with a lot of other house services too.

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Dittos!!! Talk to Chris or Mike. They are a busy shop so call ahead.
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I will second or third Redlands. We have spent between 2 and 3 K with them for maintenance and repair in the last 3 years owning our RV. They do good work with the following caveats; They have never got us out the door on time. Usually late by a day or two. Each visit there has been some problem that required a return visit, or an after 5 pm repair before we got on the road. I absolutely cannot recommend buying RV furniture from them. Their supplier was 3 months late delivering, and they charged us shipment from a major manufacturer in the southeast, when it was made in southern California. I really like Kris, (Chris). Nice lady. Have had only one dealing with Mike. Satisfactory. Refund on a basement A/C repair. They are the go-to place in northern LA basin, but like any other RV repair shop, you need to know what needs to be fixed, and inspect it for proper workmanship.
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