I need to start off saying I have one arm so have trouble doing this stuff myself. (I figured someone might recommend I do it because it's "easy". I installed a starter once in a 70's Impala, but it took nearly all day. ) Anyway... can anyone recommend a mechanic in Dallas to install the Roadmaster Steering Stabilizer, a heavier rear sway bar, and new shocks. I also want to have the "cheap handling fix" that moves the front sway bar to the inner hole positions. I also have a hot start problem on my V10 that I need fixed.
The coach is a 2003 Itasca Sunrise with an F53 chassis and a V10 engine. If you know of a good mechanic, I'd be very appreciative.
We've got a guy on here, dougrainer, that's a Master Certified RV Technician with 32 years of RV experience.
He's located in Ft Worth. If you need his number contact me or search on his name here and contact him yourself.
He's been pretty good over the years on here helping people.
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US Gear Brakes
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haven't been to denton ft worth might be ok i say might i had 2 bad experiences there worst was the kid had no clue what he was doing he kept asking for help this was just for a quote. this was on a awning install price was way too high then i was to pay for shipping from arizona when there is a A&E warehouse in ft worth thats when i found united. that said i do buy from camping world if i can touch the product. united also has a membership you can join about $15 then you get 10% off i only do this when i need a big price purchase