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Date of Service:
Brad & Ken
Work Done on:
Class A - Diesel
I'm happy I stopped at this Love's tire shop, I'd been turned away from other shops. When I pulled in, they were a little reluctant to do the job. Not like
those other shops because of where I bought the tires (online at Amazon) but because it's a RV.
They had to call the boss. They couldn't reach him, but after I assured them I was easy going and wouldn't whine about a scratch or two on the chrome hub
caps, they assured me that wasn't the reason. It is because some RV chassis' require special tooling they don't have, and the boss knew which RVs. But
once I told them it's a Freightliner, they went ahead and started the job. Turned out they did have the tooling for that chassis. The tech did require my
assistance in locating the two locking lug nuts holding the hub caps on as he wasn't familiar with my model, but he had the special tool to remove the lug
They appreciated that I volunteered using my jacks to lift the RV, and I appreciated being able to wander around the shop asking an occasional question.
They also crawled under the rear of the rig and got the DOT dates off all the other tires for me. They have a spin balancing machine.
They also do brake jobs here, air and standard. It's a truck shop and they deal with large semi's so give the shop a quick look and if the bays are full, don't
be in a hurry. There's plenty of parking space around the building. People should try to arrive on a weekday in the morning. And perhaps call first if you
have a chassis other than Freightliner to be sure they have the equipment.
Evaluation of Service Performed:
They did a great job protecting my chrome hubcaps, did all I asked and didn't push other work on me, appropriately suggested changing the brass valve
extensions, used a bead seal, balanced the tires as required (steer tires), and gave me an evaluation of the other 4 tires, along with the date codes off of
them. Along with all that, their prices were very reasonable as well.