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Old 10-22-2010, 09:14 AM   #1
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Last week while traveling south to Maryland in our '88 Beaver Motorhome, we stopped in Delaware overnight. In the morning we saw oil pooling in the rear wheel and asked a trucker to confirm what we suspected, that a seal was leaking. He told us to take care of it ASAP and kindly gave us a number of a big-rig repair shop close by -- Chambers Motors in Seaford DE. We called and the man told us, "That's a quick fix, bring it right in & we'll get you done first thing". We drove about 20 miles down Rte 13 and found a workbay open & waiting for us. The owner & crew were experienced (opened for business in 1915), cheerful, helpful and the cost was about 1/4 the cost that we expected.
So, if you're ever heading down Delaware way and have a problem, this is the place to get in trouble! Chambers Motors, 20610 Sussex Hwy (Rte 13), Seaford, DE -- I'm sending them some "thank you" coffee today!
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That's good to hear.

We do have some good old boys downstate!
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