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Old 09-20-2020, 07:48 PM   #1
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May have to transport my 36ft class a motorhome

Thought i posted this may need to transport my 36ft class diesel pusher from show low az to tucson az . anyone done this know who is good and honest?



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Do you mean it canít move under itís own power or you need someone to drive it?
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I am having electrical issues and i would like to get a price on just hauing it to tucson from show low.



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seems like it would be cheaper to have it fixed there. What kind of elec issues?
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That's approximately 188 miles at prevailing tow rates would be about $3000 .
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