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Old 08-19-2012, 08:55 AM   #1
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Where in Houston for RV modifications???

Has anyone ever had any RV modification or upgrade work done in Houston? If so, who did the work and were you satisfied? I'm wanting to have someone pull my old style Carefree slide toppers off and put some new ones on. Thanks Don .........

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Camping World out on I-10 in Katy does that type of work. I've also heard that RV Masters does good work. There's a service review site www.rvservice.com that allows you to research feedback on service by city and state. There are definitely a few places in Houston that you want to stay away from! If you find a good deal please post the results. Others will probably be interested.

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Old 08-19-2012, 09:14 AM   #3
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I'd recommend Thornton's RV Repair & Service just west of Magnolia.

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I would take Thornton's over camping world ANY DAY. They maybe slower, but they get it done right.

Do stay away from Cliff Jones in Sealy.

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I live right down thew street from Demontrond and I know they are ridiculous, thats why I was asking for input of other locations. I thought that I would have more replies than this .............oh well, thanks.
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I have used Thornton's in Magnolia also. Good people and right down the road from the house.
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:00 AM   #8
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Bob Dues in Dickinson.
Thanks I'll check them out.........
If anyone else has suggestions for replacing old awning equipment in the Houston area with new, please responed. Thanks

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