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Mt. Shasta, from I-5 as we drove north to Oregon, April 2017

Thursday, August 8, 2013

LOOKING FOR A RECOMMENDATION

As we have been making plans for our trip up to Washington, Craig noted it was time to schedule some routine maintenance on the Alfa.  Last year we had it done down in the LA area, but obviously that is not an option this time.

Does anyone have a recommendation for an RV friendly  Freightliner Service center located along the I-5 corridor between Washington and the San Francisco Bay area?

We want to stop somewhere on the way back, because it really is a pain to get the Alfa in and out of our property.

If we don't get a recommendation from here or the Alfa Forum, we will just have to pick one and hope.

5 comments:

  1. Since we don't have a class A, I can't personally recommend these folks but I do know they do a lot of work out there - right off the freeway in Coburg, about 10 miles north of Eugene. http://www.pac-truck.com/TruckService.aspx

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  2. I'm sorry I cannot help you with this. Good luck though.

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  3. Don't have a recommendation but sure anxious for you to hit the road for a nice change !!!!

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  4. I don't have a recommendation for you, but why don't you put it out there at http://www.rv.net/forum/

    I usually can get the help I need there.

    Maybe get the service done on the way back and you'll have a little more time to find a good place.

    Safe travels.

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  5. As a former manufacturing hub for a variety of Class A motorhomes, including Monaco, Country Coach and a few others, and a huge Prevost/Marathon facility, the area around Junction City (near Eugene, Oregon) will have anything you'd ever need including Freightliner. We stay at River Bend Campground in nearby Harrisburg.

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