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Mr. Nailz

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Anyone have any recomendations on a good dealership to go through? We are looking to up grade our 5th wheel for a larger travel trailer for a seasonal spot. Thanks.

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Go to Pleasureland RV

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Talk to Joe Foehrenbacher. He has been there for 25+ years. He does warranty work but will set you up. I have always had great luck with them. Tell him "Killer" sent you, he will know. Hound Heater Guy

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Come to Clara City and check out our RV dealer. Dave is a top notch guy.

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I'll chime in and say I had great luck with Teds RV in Paynesville, MN.

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straydog, long way from home buying an rv in my neck of the woods. LOTZ of people end up going to teds. by the way straydog headed up to peterson lake tonite.

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Another vote for pleasureland.

We have had good luck with them.

Sifty

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Just bought ours through Niemeyers. There are in the metro, Mpale Grove in the north or Elko in the south. We just bought a new hybrid this year and the service has been fantastic. A family operation.

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Lake Country RV in Walker is a nice place. It's a mom and pop shop, but they do all the warranty work, service work, sell parts, you name it.

It's worth the drive.

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