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Date of Service:
Work Done on:
Extended valves for rear dual tires, 2nd battery put it, cover for battery compartment. This is a Gulfstream authorized service center.
Evaluation of Service Performed:
They did a good job, had the correct valve extenders (camping world did not nor did they offer to order the correct size). The tech also noticed that there was not a cover on the side of the battery bay so it was open where you could see the back tires. He pointed out that a rock could fly up and damage the battery - they put a cover over this opening and just charged me $50 for labor (their labor charge is $100.00/hr - pretty standard). It is owner run and son works there - kinda dumpy, no fancy showroom / store, but very friendly and I just got a good feeling that I could trust them. They also pointed out that the dealer I bought my RV from had switched the dual tires and the inside tires were "sun-checked" and needed to be replaced - I'm dealing with Gulfstream on this issue.