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Old 08-30-2012, 04:37 AM   #85
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Nope still plenty of warranty. And I bought at a very reduced price an extended warranty. I would not be without the extended after my experience with the Fleetwood. Denis
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Nope still plenty of warranty. And I bought at a very reduced price an extended warranty. I would not be without the extended after my experience with the Fleetwood. Denis
Denis, so which service center did you use that you liked so much?
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Old 08-31-2012, 03:36 AM   #87
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Flagg RV in Rhode Island, superb group of technicians.
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Old 08-31-2012, 04:23 AM   #88
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Put these guys on your list if your traveling through the Great Northwest, Brazel's Performance and RV Center, in Centralia, WA. I don't know if they are Monoco certified but they can work on just about anything. Family owned and operated, and the best service I've ever received from any type of vehicle service center in my life. John Bravel is also a member here on iRV2.

They built an RV Park so you can stay in your RV while your service is being preformed. When we were looking for a place to do our NW Meet & Greet they offered up the park to us free of charge for the long weekend. They even through a BBQ for us on Saturday night

Even if you've never stepped foot in their shop they will answer questions and help you work through problems over the phone, give them a try sometime 360-736-9494.

http://www.bravelsrv.com
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:46 PM   #89
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For chassis and engine service.

( Bauer Truck service center ) in the Clarion Pa. Area.

1 Mile North of Interstate 80.

They serviced our chassis, changed the engine, Hydraulic and transmission filters, fluids. Great service for a very fair price.

No RV or Motor home house work but to keep the rig serviced and safe. they were great.

one of our shock mounts had the mounting nut twisted off, they made a new mount and welded it to the frame and installed the new Koni shock I had with me.

We stayed at the Wolf Resort, next exit West for pull through, full services camping.

the owner, Mr. Bauer was on site and all the Parts guys and Staff were great.
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:19 PM   #90
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Tulsa Freightliner-Western Star
5104 West 60th Street
Tulsa, OK 74107
(888) 395-9947

These guys are the best. Travelling with a deadline, thought I'd lost my water pump. I called at 6:30 AM and they had me in at 7:00A when the first RV techs arrive, and had me out in less than 2 hours. Fair price too! (Truck techs in 24/7 - RV's 7-5 or so) Wasn't water pump, just an improperly routed belt!

Waffle house within walking distance too!
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Old 10-24-2012, 02:12 PM   #91
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Alliance Coach, Wildwood Florida

I just returned from Alliance coach in Wildwood Florida. I had a lot of problems when I arrived. My service writer was Will Burke. These people know how to treat a customer. Will was a Prince during the time my coach was there. They know what they are doing and do it right. It is amazing what these folks are doing down there. Everything from light service to a complete interior restoration. I highly reccomend Alliance Coach.

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Old 10-28-2012, 03:49 PM   #92
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Great Service!!!!!

Just wanted to give a shout out to Alliance Coach in Wildwood. Was across the state in Daytona for Biketoberfest (expecting friends to stay with us), had a problem and they sent a tech. out on Friday evening and fixed my problem before friends got there. NOW THAT'S SERVICE!!!!



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A few of you have requested this sticky...so I am putting a couple of links in this first thread to help some folks locate centers close to them.

This first link is of the three Monaco Service Center information.

This link will take you to a State search for Monaco Service Centers.

This last link takes you to the Monaco Service page. You will find links to FAQs, Vendor Links, Tech Tips and other helpful information on the left side of the page.

This to be a positve thread with a very short description of what they did for you.

Thank You everyone for your positive input!

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Old 10-29-2012, 09:05 PM   #93
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Put these guys on your list if your traveling through the Great Northwest, Brazel's Performance and RV Center, in Centralia, WA. I don't know if they are Monoco certified but they can work on just about anything. Family owned and operated, and the best service I've ever received from any type of vehicle service center in my life. John Bravel is also a member here on iRV2.

They built an RV Park so you can stay in your RV while your service is being performed. When we were looking for a place to do our NW Meet & Greet they offered up the park to us free of charge for the long weekend. They even through a BBQ for us on Saturday night

Even if you've never stepped foot in their shop they will answer questions and help you work through problems over the phone, give them a try sometime 360-736-9494.

http://www.bravelsrv.com


I think you need to change the v to a z www.brazelsrv.com

I was looking at there tuners for the isc engine.
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Old 12-16-2012, 07:55 PM   #94
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We also feel Alliance Coach in Wildwood FL is a top notch operation. They took care of everything that was needed on our 2008 HR that we purchased from them.
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Indian River RV, Inc, Sebastian, Florida

If you are on Florida's East coast near the center of the state and need work done this is a good shop. It is relatively small but they do very good work and are reasonably priced.

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Three good resources in the west

R Mechanic
5777 S. Front Road
Livermore, CA

These folks have maintained our last three coaches. Friendly knowledgeable folks. Very straight forward.

Cummins West
14775 Wicks Blvd
San Leandro, Ca

Great Cummins service. Handled several warranty items on our coach.

Oregon Motorcoach Center
29419 Airport Road
Eugene, OR

These folks were able to fix a slide problem that the coach had from delivery that even the factory could not seem to get a handle on. Impressive facility and can handle most situations. We also had them replace our Dometic with a residential refrigerator and the installation went well and looks great.
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Old 03-14-2013, 07:23 AM   #97
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In Mesa, AZ (It doesn't appear to be on the state list)...RV Renovators

Can't say enough good about them, they have done many things for us... excellent service.

Brenda, of...
Our Aqua Hot developed a non-repairable coolant leak after being struck by a tie rod laying in the road. Bob, Kelley, Karen and the crew stayed on top of the process of getting a newly rebuilt unit from Aqua Hot. Bob and the Technicians put in the extra effort so often required when everything does not go according to plan to get us back on the road. Commitments were made and kept even though additional work was required. They topped it off with a 5 coach rodeo to get ours into the wash rack in the afternoon so we could hit the road first thing in the morning in a bright shiny coach. Thanks to Bob, Kelly, Skip, Karen and all the good people at RV Renovators.

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Always good to check out the recommended shops before going on a trip. deSanford
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