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Old 07-22-2019, 04:06 PM   #1
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Any recent experience with North Dallas RV?

I used to live in the DFW area and used North Dallas RV for repairs on a few occasions. I was always happy with their work, and I recommended them to others. I've moved away from that area and so have not used North Dallas RV in at least 5 years, but I'm considering going back to them for some needed work. Can anyone advise if their service is still good? Is Randy still the manager?
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About three months ago I stopped there because I read good reviews regarding Randy. Randy is a class act. He knows what heís doing and he gets it done. Iíll be stopping off in Dallas on why Way back to Arkansas in a couple of weeks. Have a few other issues but I bet Randy can take care of it.
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Thanks for the feedback! It's good to hear that he's still there.
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Old 08-14-2019, 09:37 AM   #4
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North Dallas RV

Randy is still there and North Dallas RV is still there underneath the high bridge overpasses of the President George Bush Toll Road and I35.

Last week I left my 1977 Argosy Motorhome there for a replacement of the air conditioner. The original Armstrong unit quit after 42 years and Randy is replacing it. The Armstrong unit base pan provided structure to the roof and any replacements must have structure installed into the roof before the AC is installed. Randy is quite knowledgeable on that process.

I will update when I get my motorhome back in a couple of weeks
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