Monday, November 21, 2016

Some Good News For A Change!

 OK! The local repair place can do the job but not until Wednesday. We are taking it over so they can look at it to make sure it is do-able and we will leave it there. You never know, they might have a cancellation. I didn't ask how much as at this point it is a moot point.


  1. That would be wonderful to get things all done and you will be good to go.

  2. Hope the cost doesn't come close to the cost of a new dolly (or new axle). Never know nowadays.

    1. The good news is, they can do it. It could take up to three hours to get it "true" and welded in but he said the total cost should not be more than $400. A new axle, car deck, shipping and installation could easily be three times that.