Spillmans Auto Service and RV Chassis Repair
1225 NW Eagle Ridge Blvd,
Grain Valley, MO   64029
Location on Google Maps           Latitude: 39.0259099   Longitude: -94.2201107
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Date of Service:
Work Done on:
Class A - Diesel
Asked for chassis inspection, air in the tires, and help with repair of generator slide out motor.
Evaluation of Service Performed:
Tires were not aired up properly. They identified problems that were not real problems. They wanted to charge ridiculous amounts to change the oil and air
cleaner. In all the proposed bill was around $5,000.00!!
An example was their charge to replace the engine air cleaner was $350.00. First, the air cleaner was not in need of replacement and second, a NAPA Gold
quality air cleaner element is only $65.00. Labor? It's a canister type filter that has only one wingnut to remove and replace.
Oh, and the air in the tires, they didn't even come close to doing it correctly. The front tires require 125 psi. They put 110 in them. The rear drive tires
need 110 but the tires (4 of them) were all too different to describe. They were wrong inner and outer and from left to right. The tag axle tires were at 95
psi but they only need 85 psi.
They said an air conditioner had failed and were not repairable. Their cost was $2500.00. Wrong again: They had overloaded the coach electrical and the
coach was protecting itself by shedding load. The air conditioner was fine.
Engine oil change? They wanted $750.00. I had Speedco do it (and the air pressure adjusted to correct specs) for $250.00 all in.