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Old 06-02-2008, 06:49 PM   #1
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I did some damage to the fiberglass on the rear of the coach. How does one go about finding somone to do body work on RVs?

If someone knows a place in Michigan or Texas that does this work that would be great.
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I did some damage to the fiberglass on the rear of the coach. How does one go about finding somone to do body work on RVs?

If someone knows a place in Michigan or Texas that does this work that would be great.
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Old 06-03-2008, 03:09 AM   #3
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Many of the better auto body shops can & will do a good job on RV repairs. I am sure some of our members in Michigan and Texas can recommend a repair facility. Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
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Go here to see the Precision Painting web site. They are in northern Indiana, almost to Michigan. They do excellent body work.
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I was just at Duncan RV Repair in Elkhart. They do body work and painting. Phone is 574-296-7555.
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We had a major "booboo" repaired in Buda, TX near Austin by Aguirre Body...excellent job, owner is a RVer and a real perfectionist.

http://www.aguirrie.com/
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Arborgast RV in Tipp City, Ohio did an absolutely incredible job on my RV
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What part of Michigan are you thing about, I know a RV/boat repair body shop north of Detroit. Has a 60 ft spray booth and real nice work. They also do insurance work.
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weighit... north of Detroit might work... do you have a name and address? Thanks!
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