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Old 09-04-2012, 09:45 PM   #21
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Yeah their numbers are outrageous! That was from the airstream dealer in Covington,Wa & Eugene,Or. Andy do you have any suggestions for a repair shop up here in the PNW? I told the girl at airstream dealer that their price of $1,000 per panel was out of control And that I could purchase the panels at Inland R.V. For a fraction of the cost. She didn't care for that too much and got brief with me.
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Old 09-09-2012, 06:07 PM   #22
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Bob Jones RV in south Houston and I work very well together, and have for many years.

If your interested, let me know and I will contact them for you.

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Andy, at this point I plan to use Foley RV in Gulfport MS. I met Rick at the Can Opener a few years back and he contacted me as soon as he saw I had a problem. His quote is inline with what you provided. Rick has a factory trained technician on staff. He also is a member here.

As always thanks for your advice and commitment to the Airstream Community.

My latest problem, how to get my boat off of the bracing for the pier. Isaac pushed the water in the lake so high the boat came down on a cross member it is sitting between the prop and the rudder. 6 ton boat. Oh well it is only a problem if you can't fix it.

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Old 09-09-2012, 09:54 PM   #23
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Andy, at this point I plan to use Foley RV in Gulfport MS. I met Rick at the Can Opener a few years back and he contacted me as soon as he saw I had a problem. His quote is inline with what you provided. Rick has a factory trained technician on staff. He also is a member here.

As always thanks for your advice and commitment to the Airstream Community.

My latest problem, how to get my boat off of the bracing for the pier. Isaac pushed the water in the lake so high the boat came down on a cross member it is sitting between the prop and the rudder. 6 ton boat. Oh well it is only a problem if you can't fix it.

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Well Jim, have you thought of using a "freight helicopter" to do it?

Not cheap, but I think it would work, with no more damage to the boat.

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Old 09-10-2012, 03:45 AM   #24
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Andy, at this point I plan to use Foley RV in Gulfport MS. I met Rick at the Can Opener a few years back and he contacted me as soon as he saw I had a problem. His quote is inline with what you provided. Rick has a factory trained technician on staff. He also is a member here.

As always thanks for your advice and commitment to the Airstream Community.

My latest problem, how to get my boat off of the bracing for the pier. Isaac pushed the water in the lake so high the boat came down on a cross member it is sitting between the prop and the rudder. 6 ton boat. Oh well it is only a problem if you can't fix it.

Jim





Air bags, like they use to lift heavy trucks after an accident. I have seen them used in a similar situation down in the Mobile, AL area. A marine salvage company had them. Another possibility would be a barge mounted crane.

Good luck with it!

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Old 09-10-2012, 04:12 AM   #25
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I had had damage last year and it was @ $1500.00 per segment installed. I just sent an email with pictures of the areas that need to be replaced to JC, and other closer dealers and they all came back around the same price. I went with Griffith in OKC and he did a great job! http://www.griffithrvservice.com good luck with your repairs.
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Old 09-10-2012, 06:17 AM   #26
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Had a gate get loose during Isaac and damaged a panel. You get to play adjuster and give what you think a panel repair by the Mothership will cost. I have already filed a claim but haven't spoke to an adjuster yet, just trying to get ahead of what I expect to be a low ball.

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Hi Jim -back in June I had a storm damage my 2012 FC. I posted the estimate and received a lot of feedback. I can forward the post to you as the estimate contains the cost to replace two panels and a door.
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I have to second Griffith RV repair in Oklahoma City. Airstream metal replacement is the bulk of Tom's work. They replaced the complete lower left side of our trailer last year following a tire failure. Could not have been more pleased with the results. Give Darla a call and send pictures for an estimate. I know it will be a long trip but for us it was well worth it.
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:56 AM   #28
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Foley RV Fixing the Issac Damaged Panel

Maybe she will be home for Christmas.




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Old 12-11-2012, 11:25 AM   #29
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Maybe she will be home for Christmas.




Why Christmas?

Labor for each of those segments is 6 hours.

Ball park total for the two should be $2000.00 to $ 2200.00.

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Why Christmas?

Labor for each of those segments is 6 hours.

Ball park total for the two should be $2000.00 to $ 2200.00.

Andy

The answer to why Christmas is because I told them to take all the time they needed. I did pick her up this weekend and have to say the repair was done as expected, the cost was as quoted as stated here. We camped all weekend in the trailer and all is good. The trailer was washed and ready for us to pickup and move on to our road trip. We even were able to look at some of the new trailers.

The bottom line is I would let Foley RV do any future repair work I may have and they are a quality dealer.

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