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Old 05-30-2019, 06:05 PM   #15
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I feel your pain. It has me doing repairs and maintenance that maybe I shouldn't be doing, but at least what I do get done is completed to my satisfaction.
If you post your home location, maybe someone can chime in with a recommendation. I live fairly close to PPL Motorhomes in Houston. Their service department is the least bad one I've found. I've actually been pleased with most of what they've done for me.
Of course that doesn't help if I should need motor work, chassis work, or heaven forbid transmission work....

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Old 06-28-2019, 03:44 PM   #16
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Portland, Oregon area and what I've decided to do is next time round, i'm going to go to a shop that is motorhome specific and give them a try.. FL wants nearly 8k to fix my front suspension... they say it's 2" low on the passenger side.. IF I were to spend 8k to get it fixed, I'd add the sixteen hundred or so to just take it to HWH and get the active air installed! Really outside my budget, as we only paid 103k for the unit in '17 when it was 10 years old... seems sort of stupid to spend almost 10k on it, doubt the resale would ever recoup IF we ever sell her....

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