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Date of Service:
Work Done on:
Class A - Gasoline
Align the front end of our 2001 Winnebago Adventurer built on a Ford F53 chassis
Evaluation of Service Performed:
Excellent workmanship. We had the tires replaced at Camping World in Kissimmee Fla. but they were unable to do the alignment. I had them put 1 new tire in the spare tire carrier the other new one on the right front and move the good right front tire to the left front .
When we got to Fort Walton Beach I called up several alignment shops and found the only one in town that could do the job. They were not keen on changing out the tire so I did it one more time the night before.
We arrived at the alignment shop at the appointed time. It was quite an experience. The owner is Harry Demosthenes. He’s an 82 year old WW II veteran who decided to make the military his first career. He retired from the Air Force in 1973 to open this business. His right hand man Bill is a mere 79, and the “kid” is Eddie, his 58 year old son in law. They did a great job. I was allowed to not only be in the garage while the work was being done, I was in the alignment pit with Eddie the entire time.
We’re back home now and I’m more than pleased with the work that was done in Fla. After nearly 1,400 miles on the new tires they still have the little rubber nipples from the mold on the face of the tread.