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Old 10-21-2018, 11:07 AM   #1
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Need Recommendations for Repair Shop

We are in need of a Shop to replace the fuel fill hose. We are currently in Richland WA. We are going South into Oregon. We have a Beaver Monterey & we have checked with Beaver & they canít work on it until late November. Anyone have recommendations of shops that we can contact.

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Bend area has a dealer that does a lot of Beaver work and rebuilds and have heard good about them but have never had work done there. A Google will get them.

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Old 10-21-2018, 01:03 PM   #3
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We are in need of a Shop to replace the fuel fill hose. We are currently in Richland WA. We are going South into Oregon. We have a Beaver Monterey & we have checked with Beaver & they canít work on it until late November. Anyone have recommendations of shops that we can contact.

Thanks in advance!

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Does it have to be a shop specifically for your model? Your in the Tri-City's, Many repair facilities there. Sure doesn't seem like rocket science to have your fuel fill hose replaced??
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Yes you would think the Tri-Cities would have decent service. Cummins doesnít do that. Another shop was bought out by Camping World & closed for transitioning. Not rocket science by any means but driver front wheel needs removed to be able to get to the hose. Hence need a shop. Beaver canít do it until end of November.

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Old 10-21-2018, 01:21 PM   #5
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Probably any truck service shop or one that maintains school buses can replace the fuel fill line.

A mh passing through our area (central Indiana) needed to get theirs replaced. I gave them a local shop that repairs autos and light duty trucks. Problem fixed in 2 hours the next morning.
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Yes you would think the Tri-Cities would have decent service. Cummins doesnít do that. Another shop was bought out by Camping World & closed for transitioning. Not rocket science by any means but driver front wheel needs removed to be able to get to the hose. Hence need a shop. Beaver canít do it until end of November.

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There is a Huge RV repair business in Pasco, I can't remember the name but it should be easy to locate.
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Old 10-21-2018, 06:28 PM   #7
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You might be thinking of Broadmoor RV. Doesn’t have the best reputation & very expensive. We have contacted truck repair shop in Pasco but they aren’t interested in doing the work. Their comment were they don’t have a billing code for that type of work so they don’t know how much to charge. Basically comes down to in this area nobody needs the work.

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Not sure if you want to head west but what about Brazels in Centralia. They specialize in Workhorse but their reputation is good and certainly worth a call. They are also a forum sponsor here.
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i have heard many good things about this place but have never used them personaly
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Old 10-22-2018, 08:25 PM   #10
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if you are going down the willamette valley, elite r&r in harrisburg [eugene] has been very good for me
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