Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Freightliner Chassis—April 11-14

On Sunday we left Carolina landing and drove 90 miles north on I-85 to Gaffney, South Carolina home of the Freightliner Custom Chassis Service Center. While at the Freightliner Rally Harry learned that there is some maintenance needed on our chassis so we decided to make a stop and see if they could fit us in. There is also a class called Camp Freightliner that lasts two days and you learn all you ever need to know about Freightliner Chassis’. The classes were full so we planned to be here Monday and then head north. When we checked in early Monday morning the receptionist said they could fit us in and we would be second on the list. Then she told Harry that there was a no-show for the classes and if he wanted to he could do the two day class. Everything seemed to be falling into place! Freightliner 003

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Here at the service center they have 20 RV hook-ups with 50 amp service. There is easy access to water and dump on the property. RVs can stay free when getting service or attending the class.

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Here we are in our site.

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Monday afternoon the camper went in for service. All the mechanics are factory trained and certified. They are all so pleasant and take great care not to soil the couch. I would highly recommend this place to anyone needing service.  The class is all day Monday and Tuesday. On Wednesday morning there is a tour of the factory where we will get to see the Freightliner chassis’ being made. Then it will be time to head further north. 

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