• Lisa's RV Experience
    45
    Greetings all: I got an estimate to have my Winnebago Class A 28' RV aligned for $300. The place is in Orlando and called Josam Truck Frame & Alignment. Is this the right amount for an alignment? I've had a devil of a time trying to find a shop that can do an alignment on a class A but this seams high to me.

    Any ideas?

    Lisa
  • Dhuhn
    75
    that sound about right, I had my 5th wheel aligned for about $250 your class a would be a little more involved then my 5th wheel.
  • Lisa's RV Experience
    45
    Bummer, I don't know if I'm happy or sad. I have an appointment next week to get an alignment but the $300 was setting me back. If that's the price at least I know I can keep my appointment. Thanks for the quick reply.

    Lisa
  • Jay Pat
    6
    The first thing they will should do check is for any worn out parts.
    Can't do a proper alignment with worn parts.
    If any are found, you should be given a quote.
    They cannot guarantee an alignment if there are worn parts and will not do it.
    If there are worn parts, could get expensive (such as kingpins).
    If kingpins must be replaced, get the brass bushings if available. Nylon, will wear out quicker.
    Tie rod ends are another wear item.
    Let us know how this turns out for you.
    My fingers are crossed!!
    Pat
  • Lisa's RV Experience
    45
    Thanks for the info Pat, my RV is only 18 months old and I'm not sure what parts I'd need but I'll keep on it at the repair shop Thanks!

    Lisa
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