David & Sons Truck Repair Inc

(760) 344-7979

1597 Main Street
Brawley, CA 92227

Mon.-Fri. 7:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sat. 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

David & Sons Truck Repair Inc is an RV Repair and Service center providing recreational vehicle support to the Brawley, CA area.

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Class A - Diesel

Posted: 2007-10-01 00:00:00

David & Sons have worked on my 4-wheel drive ford diesel F-250, my 4-wheel drive Chevy Suburban and my 4-wheel drive Toyota pickup. All of these vehicles from anything to oil changes to blown head gaskets to break jobs and everything in between. They also replaced the entire engine in my diesel motor home. These guys are always busy because they do excellent work, and I still always received my vehicle in the time and for the price I was quoted. I have always been extremely happy and satisfied with the quality of work and service I have received at David & Sons. I would highly recommend them to anyone.

Bus Conversion Class A - Diesel Class C

Posted: 2003-05-01 00:00:00

Fuel problem, losing prime in the fuel system. Because of the results of what the gauge showed (O lbs pressure at idle, 10 lbs at 1000 rpm) I had to insist that they get a new pump and install it even thought they still insisted that was not the problem. Since it was installed I have had no problem with the fuel pressure after 1 ? years. I had to insist that they work on my coach, but when they did it was just for a few minutes then they went back on other equipment. During my ?stay? there, I watched 2 other RV?s with blown engines, a Class A with a Cummings 6 and a Class C with a Ford 460, taken apart and very little or nothing was done to fix them, with parts scattered all over underneath the rigs. The Class A was still there after 7 weeks at the same point of repair as it was torn down, and nothing done on it. The Class C was finally fixed after the owner raised the roof several times about getting the work done (they were staying in the rig while it was being fixed) after more than 5 weeks. Needless to say the owner was very unhappy about it. I would advise any RV?er to stay as FAR WAY AS POSSIBLE. They love RV?ers but not in the manner we would like to see. I have rated them as poor, but they are worst than that in my opinion.

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