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Old 02-13-2009, 06:22 PM   #15
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We have Coach-Net and just used them. We were at Freightliner in Gaffney SC and the coach would not start. Freightliner determined it was a CAT problem and then started the drill to get us a tow to CAT in Greenville SC. After much wrangling back and forth between the tow company and Coach-Net because the tow company felt that $225 wasn't enough to come 60 miles to get us and then tow us 60 miles to CAT. They finally worked everything out after the service manager at Freightliner got involved and we were towed by a huge truck, two great guys that were very careful hooking us up, getting us ready to tow and getting us damage free to CAT. We also had called Coach-Net earlier in the week for a problem with the engine stalling and not restarting. They were able to talk us thru a squence to restart that did work enough to get us to Freightliner. So I can say they did a good job though while they wrangled back and forth over the price it was a bit nerve-wracking.

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Old 02-13-2009, 06:34 PM   #16
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Also want to add that Blanchard CAT in Greenville SC did a fantastic job getting us back on the road (replaced 6 injectors plus). Thanks Sky and Dennis Davis Towing out of Greer SC driver was Keith, sorry didn't get his helpers name did a superb job and Pat at Freightliner worked tirelessly to get us help even though she was just getting a bad cold and felt miserable THANK YOU ALL

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