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[QUOTE=Tim]So do you think repairing/replacing the univolt will also be required to have working breaks? I guess I'm hoping to get an idea of how extensive the repairs may be before the trailer is road worthy. I don't plan to risk myself or anyone else. The trailer is in Bledsoe county TN about 15 miles from Crossville. I believe I can get it to Crossville again to have it serviced if it ends up being more involved than something I can do myself. Any suggestions or references are always welcome. The concern is also appreciated but rest assured, I have no desire to travel without breaks any more than is absolutely necessary.
Tim, Craig e-mailed me asking if there was someone in Crossville that can help you. There is an excellent RV shop there. I swear by him, he helped me with mine when I bought it.
Creston RV Service, Bill Dodson, 931-707-8605.
You may get this same info from Craig but at least you will have a name and number.
There is another RV shop here but I trust Bill's work AND word.