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Old 10-24-2017, 09:20 PM   #81
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Another annoyance solved

Vinyl straps to secure the sliding pocket doors have been a nuisance since ownership. The doors shake and sometimes dismount from the overhead track when traveling, even when the straps are buttoned down. Problem solved...sash locks.

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Old 11-10-2017, 05:16 AM   #82
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Lots of good ideas there, thanks.


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Old 11-10-2017, 07:56 AM   #83
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Originally Posted by busterbrown View Post
Great points and I agree. I actually did attempt to source out independent RV service centers prior to calling the dealer. I only found 1 in my area (within 25 miles) with a brick and mortar location. There are a few "Rv mobile specialists" on Craigslist. But I'm usually reluctant to source from them anyways.

Now that I think about it...as the RV selling industry is outpacing itself from service centers, the void for independent shops is obvious. What a business opportunity for someone who has a passion for RVs and can help a community growing exponentially. The rewards for these new businesses can be enormous, especially if quality of work and turn-around time supersedes the stealerships.
The place I store my RV here in Lafayette IN is swamped all summer long fixing RVs and selling parts. Great people to deal with and reasonably priced as I have them service mine and do a few things from time to time.

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