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Old 04-20-2014, 05:24 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by UsualSuspect View Post
I wonder why so much? I just had them do my Cat C7, DOT Inspection, LOF, both fuel filters and tranny service since it is 7 years old, and it was $792. The DOT Inspection will get you the tire pressure checked, suspension, brakes, and tires.
I may use Wm L Morris Chev in Fillmore for my tranny service next time, they are certified via GM for Allison, and 1 of 2 GM certified Light and Medium Duty truck shop in SoCal. They might work on gassers.
Total bill was 1278.94 it also included radiator flush and coolant filters, as well as genny service. not to mention 90.00 air pressure check.

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Old 04-20-2014, 06:39 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by garyb1st View Post

Richard, thanks for the referrals.

I see you're the park host at Deukmejian Wilderness Park. My wife and I have hiked in the area. Didn't know they had hosts. Is there RV parking other than for you?

This is a day use park mainly for picnics and hiking. No RV overnight camping.

Only one 50 amp pedestal for the Volunteer Park Host. I will be here until early May 2015. I will head back to Alaska at that time to spend another summer with my kids and grandchildren.

Then it will be off to the east coast for a long stay. I have no plans to return to the California area for very long time.

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