Mr&Mrs Duet Posted March 7, 2016 Report Share Posted March 7, 2016 Just attended the Camp Freightliner class in Gaffney SC. We have a Fleetwood Expedition on a Freighliner XC chassis. Over all I thought it was a good class. Got to ask specific questions about our chassis-engine-transmission combination. My wife attended also. Although she was admittedly bored at times, she has a sharp eye for details and kept me on my toes. We took the plant tour the next day. It's amazing watching steel being turned into a fully set up chassis. Those assemblers are busy. The Factory produces chassis for Delivery trucks, School buses, Step vans, and Motor homes. Also preps Engines and transmissions for installation. Pretty cool to see. We also had some service work done at their shop. Very pleased with the work and the price was very reasonable. If you are a member of the FCOC, (Freightliner Chassis Owners Club) you get a discount on parts and Labor. That also applies to many of their other Oasis service dealers It was WELL worth joining and paying $15 for a years membership. If you are a Freightliner MDT owner, see my link in the MDT section for some news on a class being prepared for you guys. PS: Don't go if you have an older entry level DP like ours. The new steering and handling upgrades will make you drool! LOL :-) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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