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Old 02-19-2016, 10:31 PM   #21
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Do motorhomes even need chassis lube? Most cars and trucks these days have "permanently" lubed joints - but maybe I'm just ignorant about MH's.

Almost sounds like a gimmick. I know auto repair shops still push "tuneups" to the ignorant, even though new cars don't have points, condensers, distributor caps or most of the other stuff you replaced or adjusted during a "tuneup."

I don't remember the exact number without looking it up but I believe there are around 110 lube points on a Berkshire chassis. Also have things like ride height and axle lube oil that needs serviced. You can easily spend a 1000 dollars for a service.
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Old 02-20-2016, 10:45 AM   #22
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Do motorhomes even need chassis lube? Most cars and trucks these days have "permanently" lubed joints - but maybe I'm just ignorant about MH's.

Almost sounds like a gimmick. I know auto repair shops still push "tuneups" to the ignorant, even though new cars don't have points, condensers, distributor caps or most of the other stuff you replaced or adjusted during a "tuneup."
Yes, MHs are different than cars and trucks. It isn't a gimmick. There are numerous lube points throughout the chassis.
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Old 02-20-2016, 11:50 AM   #23
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Yes, MHs are different than cars and trucks. It isn't a gimmick. There are numerous lube points throughout the chassis.
Now I know - Thanks.
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Haven't experienced any other Speedco centers, but glad to see they are all over. I had my oil changed with Rotella, all oil and fuel filters changed, full chassis lube and fluid check. I sat and watched the technicians do the service. I've done it myself in the past but I can't do the whole service for that price. To each his own, but I'll use them again.
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Do you do this annually? It says 36 month service.
Freightliner and Cummins recommend doing service every 15,000 mi or 12 months, whichever comes first. Most of us probably fit into the annual category. Freightliner had a service sheet for each 12 month period. Some items change between years. For example, you only need to get the tranny filter changed every two years. Change of tranny fluid, radiator coolant, air dryer, etc., have their own periods. I just showed the service for the 36 month service as an example.
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Nice chart, thanks Paul!
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Just had my inspection, oil changes on engine and generators(18 Qrts) fuel filters replaced fluids checked and topped off,!tires inspected and check for pressure. $322.00
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My last time I had this done was on October 2015 it was the 35,000 mile check. Freightliner did the check and was right at $950.00 dollars but had it done at a Freightliner Oasis. In Rapid City SD. Had it done before we left for a six month tour. ( Freightliners check list)


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