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Old 05-12-2019, 05:05 AM   #21
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My Ford Truck Dealer charges $41.00, But I don't like to leave it. Their yard is to small and afraid of damage. So I do it myself when I want it done without making appt. I use leveling blocks to get 4 extra inches!
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Old 05-13-2019, 07:44 AM   #22
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I'm having an issue finding a dealer that will service my Greyhawk. One dealer said yes noproblem and when I called to book the other person said no sorry only up to 27 feet. Not a happy camper at the moment. Will check the link posted in this thread to see if there is one nearby.
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I'm having an issue finding a dealer that will service my Greyhawk. One dealer said yes noproblem and when I called to book the other person said no sorry only up to 27 feet. Not a happy camper at the moment. Will check the link posted in this thread to see if there is one nearby.
I had to use a Ford authorized truck repair center in Dallas when we nearly lost our left rear wheels due to a lack of torque on the lug nuts. The one Ford dealer nearby said no, they couldn't work on an RV, too large for their bay. Our dealer won't touch anything Ford related. And we go an alignment at a large truck center, also in Dallas. Look around, surely they have large truck repair centers up north!
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I had to use a Ford authorized truck repair center in Dallas when we nearly lost our left rear wheels due to a lack of torque on the lug nuts. The one Ford dealer nearby said no, they couldn't work on an RV, too large for their bay. Our dealer won't touch anything Ford related. And we go an alignment at a large truck center, also in Dallas. Look around, surely they have large truck repair centers up north!
Found one, not a ford dealer but one of the RV service places I go to recommended a truck service center. A little further than wanted but hey, I need some service, engine light is on, so at least get it in before the big trips in the summer.
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Old 05-16-2019, 07:23 AM   #25
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For those traveling through central Alabama (Montgomery area), Stivers Ford services my Class C (E450) and they also have a Quick Lane Oil Change that can accomodate the coach. Friendly folks, do a good job.
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I found one ford dealer in the bham al. area that will service my e450, but haven,t needed anything but a front end alignment.
I do my own oil& filter motorcraft 5w 20 , and motorcraft filter, + lube
I change every six months .
not enough miles for any more
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Don't use lucas in a good engine, it's not necessary.
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