I just wanted to give a shout-out to Speedco in Hammond Louisiana. I made my first trip this morning and was very pleased with their work and prices. They lubed the chassis, performed an oil change, checked differential fluids, changed oil filter fuel filter coolant filter and air dryer filter. They even called me back into the shop to witness the tightening of diff plugs and oil pan plugs with a tourque wrench. They also showed me a sample of the diff fluids. The labor charge was only 70 dollars and what they charged me for oil and filters was the same price I would have paid online for them.
I picked up a new engine air filter from Truck Pro and will change it myself.
For those that have changed the air filter on a classic 2015 Cornerstone am I better off going through the closet floor or through the back of the coach through the engine hatch?
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