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Posted: 09/28/21 06:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Years ago Hendersons was recommended for alignment. When the subject comes up I've asked others about their experience. That's why I went there for shocks and a banging noise which resulted in watching and learning what they do and talking to other owners. I went in the pit as they and they explained what they were prying on and looking for, no problem. Alignment showed tow in problem and rear axle torque problem that was just out of spec and did not need resolution - cutting and rewelding involved.

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Another source might be Brazel's in Centralia, Wa. Next down the road is Henderson's. If you make it to Southern California, Redlands Tire. All can do RV's, both alignments and repairs as needed.





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You say you are east of Seattle? Come to Yakima. The White Front Shop in Yakima, WA is locally recommended as the best place in our area to deal with large vehicle alignment and suspension issues. They seem to do all the alignment work for just about everyone's heavy trucks, motor homes, school buses, etc.

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