Kudos to a good mechanic
Just wanted to put in a good word for someone who treated me right. After a terrible experience getting my rig serviced at the Winnebago dealer, I took a friend's advice and tried RV Master Techs, in Goodyear, Az, a suburb of Phoenix.
The Winnie dealer tried slickly to push me into services I didn't ask for, then tried charging me $130 to check my battery, and finally left me standing in the desert sun for 40 minutes while they "bring it out of the shop." The experience with RV Master Techs was totally different, straight talking, direct answers to questions and a willingness to actually check something out before telling me what I needed and what it would cost.
After doing some inspections he told me I was good on several items that I was concerned about, and didn't add the time to check those items into the bill for that work he did do. In the fast, good and cheap, this place has the last two down to a science. I even go to see them master being fast too.
When the awning I had ordered replaced was delivered with the wrong one, they got the right one on express delivery and installed it in a few hours of receiving it, so he could return the coach that afternoon. No extra charge for keeping the original completion date, though they stayed past closing to finish it.
In short, a good mechanic, ethical standards, straight talk, and fair prices. Obviously I have no association with this place other than as a happy customer.
Joseph and Sandy
(Snowbirds in Reverse)
Winnebago Chieftain / Ford Hybrid Toad