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Old 07-22-2014, 08:38 AM   #1
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Finding a good service center

So. I'm in the Tennessee Valley, and near me are no local Jayco dealers, but there are a few within reasonable distance. Is there a way to evaluate a dealer's service facilities? I have a Camping World about 4 hours away that has quite a number of Jayco RVs. I also have a couple Camping World locations within two hours that I could use for service. But how can I find out if a particular location has a service facility that is up to scratch?

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Old 07-22-2014, 02:51 PM   #2
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The only way to tell is to find out someone who uses them and ask questions. Also you could go there without your camper and ask for a look around. Any place that says no give wide berth too. Then all you can do is use one until you find out there is a problem. All service centers are a guess until they actually work on your Jayco.
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So maybe a follow-up question:

Can anybody recommend a Jayco dealer in the southeast, and perhaps a Jayco dealer who also hosts a good service department?
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I have dealt with Dunlap RV. They have always. Provided me with good service. They have locations in Dunlap, TN, Ringgold, GA, and Lebanon, TN. None of them are super close to Madison, AL. Not sure of any others in the area. The Ringgold location is a few exits south of the Chattanooga CW.
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Old 07-23-2014, 09:54 AM   #5
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Thanks for the suggestions thus far. I have also found a good service review for a dealer near birmingham, however in both cases, Dunlap and burton, they both list there sell price at or damn near MSRP. So I may have to shop camping world for price. The benefit is that all camping worlds will, in theory, treat your service as if the purchase was made at their location. That said, not all service centers will be on par with expectations, so the search for a respected camping world location ensues ...
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