We spent less than HALF of what our local shop charged for simple service and got TWICE the fix.
My husband and I, in our 99 Affinity, just returned home from a trip to my nephew’s wedding in Washington State. Well, that is just SO close to Junction City, OR that we decided to take a couple of days and visit the factory, where they are slowly starting up again, and get a couple of things worked on. We had taken our coach to a local shop, before our trip, to service and work on a few little things, but they charged an arm and a leg, and BARELY knew enough about the coach to even do the service.
Well, let me tell you about our stop at Country Coach! Wow. Was that EVER an experience. The guys at the shop jumped right in on it, and in less than 4 hours, had our dash air working, fixed the slide room button, put in a replacement for the echo charger, patted, polished and adored her as they went!!
John Emanuel was awesome. He remembered building the coach and showed us his signature on the air conditioner. Tonya, in the office, asked me if I would like a print out of her original options and pricing. Of course, I was thrilled, and she ran it off for me. She remembered the paint job. John showed us the right LED replacements to use, and explained to my hubby how to fix the air conditioner vacuum if it went out, and what part to order to replace our slowly dying thermostat control in the coach. It gets more intermittent all of the time.
We spent less than HALF of what our local shop charged for simple service and got TWICE the fix. And they were a lot of fun too. So, I did not see anything but positive actions and look forward to a yearly visit to see them and catch up on any new additions to our “baby”. Wow. It was a great trip. We loved it. We enjoyed the shopping, too! Love the shirts, jackets and hats. You are a rare find. I will drive the 1800 miles to have our “baby” worked on again!
Allan & Kay Neubauer
1999 Affinity #5654