Once you need service or repairs, you can take the RV to a Tiffin dealer or you can make the trip to Red Bay, Alabama where Tiffin’s are manufactured. Near the Manufacturing Facility is the Tiffin Service Center and Campground.
Here is what the service center and campground looks like.
All in all, we had to wait three days to get into the Express bay and were in for about 4 hours do to the side seal taking longer to replace. We did get most of the big items done. One item is not pressing and I’ll wait on it until a later visit. We spent Thursday working on the coach. On Friday we got our 1st year service done, changed engine oil and replaced the fuel filters and chassis inspection at Bay Diesel which is nearby. The engine takes 7 gallons (28qt) of synthetic oil, the oil and two fuel filters were about $100, so the service is m ore than a car, at about $450, but that is good for a year.
Plan is to see about getting a bracket on the engine replaced as it has a tendency to crack, we are ok for now but I would rather get it fixed now rather than having an issue later. We will check out tomorrow and get on the road to Vicksburg, MS in the morning.