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This small custom paint and auto body shop (aka Fairview Custom Auto) is right on my way to the RV park I'm staying at and I thought I'd stop by one
afternoon to see if they installed tow bars on Saturn SL1 sedans. They don't usually do them I was told, but quoted me a very reasonable amount as one of
the techs wanted to give it a try. I bought the Blue Ox kit from Amazon and sent Vicious the PDF instructions via email so they had time to study before I
arrived on my appointment date. Since the shop is so close to my RV park, I walked home after dropping off the Saturn and came back 3 hours later. The
work was performed professionally and only took an hour and a bit longer than Blue Ox said was average. This job requires the front grill to be removed
and modified. The extra time was fine by me because Vicious beat the other two quotes I'd gotten at other RV specific shops by $100 and $200, even after
charging for an hour more time, which I'd agreed to previously. Their hourly rate is very economical. Nearly 1/2 local RV dealers.
Evaluation of Service Performed:
Excellent. They have the skills and equipment for this type of RV specific job on a towed vehicle. If you have any RV specific work you'd want to call them
because they don't have shop space for a large RV. I didn't ask them if they do towing equipment on the RV or electrical on the towed as I plan on doing it
myself on the Saturn. But they seem to be skilled in electrical based on the various vehicles in their shop and the type of work they do there. Might be
worth a call to find out if you need electrical done along with a tow bar assembly.