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Southwest Truck Service Center
3225 East 48th Street, Tucson, AZ   85713
Email Address: [email protected]
Location on Google Maps           Latitude: 32.1794735   Longitude: -110.9232975
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  Date of Service:   8/27/2015
  Company Contact:   Steve Cunningham
  Work Done on:   Class C
  Service Performed:   I've found a great shop for RV service. Southwest Truck Service, aka Silver Eagle Express (Truck Repair Service). They are just off of I-10 near the major RV
dealerships and CW at 3225 East 48th street/520 867-5501.

The owner, Steve Cunningham, is just about the nicest, most knowledgeable guy I've ever met. His facility is huge and caters to 18 wheel trucks but he also
does a lot of RV repair business. I had them install a set of Bilstein shocks on my E-350 and they did a great job.

While I was there my insurance company had sent an independent claims adjuster to check on some minor fiberglass damage to the rear of the coach. He
pulled me aside and said that this shop was the best in town for just about anything. La Mesa RV had "Guesstimated" the repair at over $1,000 and of
course I would be eating the first $500 deductible and would have a claim in my file.

I asked Steve if he could make the repair and he just laughed, said sure and when they finished the shocks install had his guy go to work. We didn't have
time to completely finish but they got the damage repaired, sealed and painted.

The total charge was $225. Other then the white being a little off from the back the coach it is perfect and Steve assures me he can color match it when we
return from our upcoming trip.
  Evaluation of Service Performed:   Bottom line, good guys, great service at very fair prices.
  Value of Service:   Very Good
  Quality of Service:   Very Good

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