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Old 11-02-2012, 10:26 AM   #1
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Every year at this time, I do my annual RV engine & chassis maintenance before I put the coach to bed for the winter, even though winters here are mild. I always spend a great deal of time gathering parts and supplies. This means a trip to my Cat dealer, Freightliner dealer and RV supplies store for genset parts. All of this driving around will take me an entire day, not to mention the time spent waiting at parts counters.

I have seen references in this forum to RV Chassis Parts, an online parts store, so I thought Id look them over before doing all of that driving this year. I was elated to find that they stock all the parts I need for my service. They carried everything from Cat brand fluids and filters, to Freightliner air filters...even Onan genset parts. Their prices were the same if not better than I use to pay locally. They are even currently running a special this month, offering free shipping on orders over $149. I think I found a new place to do business with. This will definitely save me time and gas money!

According to their website, RV Chassis Parts stocks parts for all makes of RV chassis and engines.

Just thought Id pass it along...

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How long have you been working for RV chassis parts?




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That looks like a real good result for you!!
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:53 AM   #3
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How long have you been working for RV chassis parts?

(just kidding)
Guess it did kind of sound like an ad, didn't it...

Ok, here's my discliamer: "I am not a paid spokesperson."

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Disclaimer I am a paid endorsement I get my filters from Rv chassis and they have been great. Now send me my free filters.
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Thanks for the lead.
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There is no question that ordering Parts on Line or by a Quick Phone Call is much more convenient than driving to the Store and Standing in line.
You might even save Money, which is an added Bonus!
That being said I still enjoy the outing and the chance that I might run into a friend or like minded individual while out shopping for Parts.
Besides If everyone shopped on line those Fine Retailers would have to curtail their Operations , lay off Employees or maybe even close their doors.
Then what happens when the Power goes Off?
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