I received great service from St. Lucie Battery and Tire in Ft. Pierce for the same size tires. Orlando is too far for routine tire replacement. Plus, my old tires were placed into my utility trailer as I had already sold them to a fella in WPB
Years ago when my sender failed, I got a verbal proposal of 500-600
bucks to drop the tank and replace the sender from Freightliner.
After trouble shooting the sender, I installed a 330 ohm resistor
in the signal line connector to shut up the warning systems.
Now my fuel gauge always reads 1/8 tank.
I travel about 400-500 miles using the trip odometer and then fill up.
When I installed new tires, it took about 400 miles for them to
produce the same road manners that I had before. I felt as if I
were driving on black ice. Went from 10 year old Goodyear G670's
to Michelin XZA2 Energy tires.
I just used La Mesa RV in Port St. Lucie FL to straighten and refinish 2 cargo doors.
While there I toured their body shop and I was most impressed with their new motorhome sized paint booth. They showed me some coaches under repair and some finished. I'm fussy and I was impressed. I worked with Leonard and JJ.
La Mesa is located just off I-95.
Built a 45 X 43 cement block building with 2ea 14 X 14 steel roll up doors.
Building has 13" thick floor and 4 sided hip roof with peel and stick
under 30 year shingles.
Each coarse of block has steel. Every 6 feet there is vertical rebar back filled. A total of 75 yards of 3K cement was used during construction.
MH is plugged into 50A
Cost was about $30 SQ FT in 2010
Subdivision is RS6 building code