By Chuck Woodbury
I was talking to someone the other day. He told me about someone he knew who had blown a piston in his diesel pusher motorhome. He showed me a photo. Oh, it was ugly! It was a big ol’ mess that would take $40,000 to fix. That, I’d say, is one monstrous “OUCH.”
I think the most I ever paid for a single repair on an RV was about $4,500 for a bunch of work on my 2008 Winnebago View. I can’t remember exactly what it was for. But I wasn’t a happy camper about having to part with all that cash.
What about you? What’s the biggest bill you’ve ever paid for a single repair job?
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EDITOR’S NOTE: The poll was not working until 6:40 a.m., Saturday, June 2, Pacific Time, when we fixed it. So the number of responses is lower than normal. If you were unable to respond then, feel free to do so now.