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Old 07-25-2010, 12:46 PM   #1
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Body Damage

Anyone know of a reliable and affordable place to get body work done in the ATL area? Pulling out of a campsite in Chattahoochie I clipped a pine tree with the rear corner and pulled the corner loose including two pieces of trim and a third to the rear lower panel that crosses the backside of the MH behind the ladder. Also a pretty bent bumper. Not looking to have it returned to new status, but presentable, useable, and watertight.
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Old 07-25-2010, 06:29 PM   #2
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Bleakley RV in Douglasville used to have a shop, but not sure now since the economy has tanked. There is also a RV dealer that handles mostly 5ers and TT near Tugaloo State Park that does great work (I have seen the water damage repair they did on a 5er that was pretty extensive. You might check with them to see if they would give you a price. Sorry, but I cannot recall the name of the place (CRS). But it is just past the turn off to the entrance of Tugaloo in Lavonia, Georgia. Maybe the sheriff's office could help you out with a name.
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Apalachee RV near Athens can fix it. They did a great job on a friends RV.
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:50 AM   #4
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I don't know any personally, but I have a friend in the auto repair business in Buford, so I called him...he knows everybody as he has lived here all his life...

he said to call Jeb Frady at Southland Motorhomes in Buford. Tell him Glenn Jackson sent you...770-271-7502.

Glenn says he is a straight up guy and has fair prices...
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I second Bleakley Rv. Did some body work for me a few years back and I was very pleased. That said, I don't think any MH repairs are cheap.
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