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Old 04-07-2014, 07:31 PM   #1
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Air Force One installer in NC

I am looking for someone to install an AFO system in my motor home and car in North Carolina. I want someone experienced. Please don't tell me to diy. Physical disability. I have emailed SMI asking for installers, but haven't heard anything back from them.

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I am sure you can get Tom Johnson's RV in either Concord or Marion to do it. We recently traded motorhomes with them and they moved my AF1 from my old coach to the one we bought.

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Ditto - Tom Johnson Camping in Concord installed an Air Force One in my Jeep.
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