Had the A/C replaced this morning in less than 30 minutes. The unit was $816, $81 for freight, $75 for service call, $75 for install, and tax $73, came out to roughly$1,127. Not bad for site service and our vacation is saved. Any service station may have cost us days not only in loss of vacation time, but probably would have had to stay in hotel, eaten out, and loss of food in the camper. Plus on top of all that, the over night temps dropped in the mid 60's and we ended up with great sleeping weather w/o our air. Anyone in the Birmingham area that might need RV repairs contact Carl @ 205-641-1817 - they are a mobile repair shop, fast, fair, and reliable.
After a nights sleep and mulling it over, we decided to change out our other three tires on our camper since they were 6 years old. Remember we changed out one when we arrived with a new spare tire. Checking prices at Tirerack.com, we found that our Goodyear Marathons 4-Ply 205/75R14 Trailer Service Tires were $95 each. Carl mentioned the local Walmart usually has them in stock. So we stopped in. They had three in stock at $126/tire without install/mounting/balance and new stems. We asked if they would price match Tirerack.com's price @ $95/tire (we pulled up pricing on our phones for them) and they matched the price! They charged another $13.50/tire for stem, balance, disposal, and state fee. Walmart not being designed to repair campers in their shop, we chose to bring in the old tires and change out the wheels ourselves outside the shop. All is good again and headed to Gulf Shores.
Ford F-150 4X4 Supercrew Ecoboost
Equalizer 4-point 10K lbs.