New King Pins
This the completed job I had done at Berkeys garage in Goshen, In. I had some trouble finding someone to do this job. I went to a shop in Fort Wayne Indiana and asked if they could replace King Pins in a 1976 Dodge M500 Chassis Motorhome. They did not know what a M500 Chassis Motorhome was. They told me to just leave it there and they would figure it out. I did not feel too confident about that answer. A friend of mine sent me to Goshen and when I met the mechanic who was my age, he said, the job normally takes four hours and we adjust the toe-in after we are done. I liked that Answer and since the Freedom Bird had a custom exhaust, I had them change the glass pac mufflers to something more mellow. They replaced the bad front carrier bearing and the bad passenger side tie rod end. I was now ready to work on some of the other problems.