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Old 04-19-2018, 06:09 AM   #15
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Chassis parts are becoming difficult on workhorse chassis, once they were bought out by navistar, the best rv company for detailed on line support is winnebago, wire diagrams, plumbing, chassis great website, we have a fleetwood 07 class c with 7k miles, next coach will be winnebago, had monaco too, never again
Hi,

You have hit on something that has a niggle of anxiexty for me, that is getting parts.

I am going to drop in to my truck place before work and ask their aevice.
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Old 04-19-2018, 06:28 AM   #16
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I wouldn't worry about the Workhorse Chassis, any GM service department will be able to help you and many independent garages also. I rarely need help and when I do I rarely take it to a GM service center. There is an independent garage in my home town that has a big enough building and doors for my MH to fit. That's where I go for oil and lube.

As far as Fleetwood, most of the systems used in it are the same as those in most other brands. So I wouldn't be too concerned about that either. If the floorplan works for you and it's in good condition and the price is right, go for it!
Had my Wbgo Workhorse for 12 yrs and had no issues getting independant shops to take care of any issues.

Never called Wbgo and only called WH once when stranded w locked brakes that were under recall.
I did like the availability of elec & plumbing diagrams but honestly got excellent help here at iRV2 from other owners with first hand knowledge.

The Allison trans can't be beat IMHO
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Had my Wbgo Workhorse for 12 yrs and had no issues getting independant shops to take care of any issues.

Never called Wbgo and only called WH once when stranded w locked brakes that were under recall.
I did like the availability of elec & plumbing diagrams but honestly got excellent help here at iRV2 from other owners with first hand knowledge.

The Allison trans can't be beat IMHO
I am looking forward to test driving the workhorse.
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