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Old 05-07-2006, 04:51 PM   #1
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Back from the Ashes . Finally got our rig back after the near total disaster of my screw up with the coach wiring. My RV Tech, Fred Lilley had the thing for a whole month,but he got it done in time for us to leave on a planned trip this past Thursday. He worked on it until 9:30 Wednsday night. No problems at all during the whole trip . Only thing that is not yet working are the storage bay lights, but they can wait. Not a critical item. All other systems work great. If anyone here is ever traveling near Greenville, North Carolina, and you have a problem with your rig that you need expert help with, you need to call:

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He will treat you right. I asked him if it was ok to post this info. He said all advertising is good advertising. So we are back on the road, and ready for another season.
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Back from the Ashes . Finally got our rig back after the near total disaster of my screw up with the coach wiring. My RV Tech, Fred Lilley had the thing for a whole month,but he got it done in time for us to leave on a planned trip this past Thursday. He worked on it until 9:30 Wednsday night. No problems at all during the whole trip . Only thing that is not yet working are the storage bay lights, but they can wait. Not a critical item. All other systems work great. If anyone here is ever traveling near Greenville, North Carolina, and you have a problem with your rig that you need expert help with, you need to call:

Fred Lilley
Advantage RV
Grimesland Bridge RD.
Grimesland, NC
252-362-1487
252-975-6270

He will treat you right. I asked him if it was ok to post this info. He said all advertising is good advertising. So we are back on the road, and ready for another season.
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Steve, great to hear that you have gotten the wring problems and related issues resolved and that you are back on the raod. It is also great to hear that there are a few places left that care about the customers. I am looking for one of those places now that I can be a part of their team. Have a great summer and be safe.
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