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Service Centers & Mobile Mechanics Good Places To Stop For Repairs And Maintenance, Mobile Mechanics, Or Bad Places To Avoid Too -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please add the names of facilities that you can recommend for service and repairs for a 'Bird, or those places to avoid for the same things. Be sure to give as much information as you can....... NAME OF BUSINESS..... BUSINESS LOCATION..... BUSINESS PHONE NUMBER..... BUSINESS CONTACT PERSON..... YEAR/ MODEL/ENGINE/TRANS OF 'BIRD WORKED ON..... WHAT ARE THEIR HOURLY REPAIR RATES..... SERVICE WAS GOOD, OR BAD..... WHAT KIND OF SERVICE, OR REPAIR WAS DONE..... REASON YOU RECOMMEND, OR AVOID DOING BUSINESS WITH THEM..... YOUR NAME..... Here is a tip about how to post your record and comments. First copy the topics above and then open a "New Thread" with the NAME OF THE BUSINESS and/or the TOWN WHERE THE BUSINESS IS LOCATED, then paste what you just copied there and then fill in the information.

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Old 06-10-2017
LostCoastRob LostCoastRob is offline
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Nathan, thanks for the tip on JECO they are going to look at it tomorrow. You gotta love a repair place open on a weekend!
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Get a infrared thermal gun and take baseline readings from the other wheel hub you are not having problems with. Use those readings to determine if you have a temperature differential problem with the one giving you trouble. You may have a bearing installed to tightly or failing causing it to run hot. Regardless you need to monitor this situation closely to keep a small problem from becoming a big side of the road problem. You can get them at Lowes, Home Depot and of course Amazon. I spot check all my tires and hydraulic reservoir whenever we stop. You can use it in your breaker panels to find a breaker failing. They are just a great tool to have with many uses.
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There is a Lowes close to where we are camped. I just went by and picked up a thermal temp gun to add to the tool box.
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