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Old 04-09-2021, 07:13 AM   #29
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It appears to be the new normal.

You can still get service, you just have to wait. What do you expect? Tons of people buying RV's, and some actually taking care of it.

Tip: Check with Ford Fleet Services, I found one, thus 1 hour away, which works on Ford Motorhomes.

An of course, now with the season starting, everybody is booked out for weeks, months. We get our spring/fall service done in around February and November each year, never had to wait for an appointment longer than a week or so.

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It takes a while to find a good shop but when you do stick with them.

I have 2 small shops that I use. One is 70 miles away and one is local.

I am on 1st name basis with the service manager in both places. The 70 miles away one I use for chassis and rv. The local place chassis only.

The 70 mile place will deal with the warranty company and are better on the house side. The local place is really good on the chassis side. It does help the local place does all the maintenance for the place I work at.

The key is to build a relationship with the service manager and if your stick they will help you out.
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