Author Topic: Sources for LeSharao & Phasar Parts and Service  (Read 7282 times)

Offline Slantsixness

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Sources for LeSharao & Phasar Parts and Service
« on: June 14, 2009, 11:29 PM »
Sent: 4/17/2007
Here's WHY Mobility RV has such a grand reputation, and why I said they have the last remaining Renault Authorized mechanics in the US on another post...
Just in case anybody was interested.....
Remembering My 72 D20RG Brave "Smurfbago" The old girl never let me down, and she's still on the road today. quick! get out the Camera... I spotted another junkyard full of Winnies...

Offline Boots

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  • Year: 1984
  • Make: Winnebago
  • Model: LeSharo
  • Chassis: Renault
  • Engine: 6.2L GM Diesel
Sources for LeSharao & Phasar Parts and Service
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2009, 11:30 PM »
Sent: 4/17/2007

No gripes from me. Mobility RV has been good and fair in all of my dealings with them. I just need to win thw POwerball Lottery so I can increase my level of fun.

Offline RV Mech Tech

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  • Engine: 5.7 L
Re: Sources for LeSharao & Phasar Parts and Service
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2010, 08:35 AM »
The questions about the Rialta/LeSharo RV's are numerous and there have been many pro's and con's from owners - things to consider- parts availability, availability of service including qualified people to work on them (If you do not do your own work) and downtime for repairs - with the Rialta's (VW chassis) that VW did not provide the proper training, have adequate facilities (the hoists in a regular VW dealership would not lift them) or provide the dealers with the correct tooling even though they were VW chassis - I have heard the same about the LeSharo- obviously more research is needed on your part before you buy one- here are some websites:

c)  engine conversion specialists for the Rialta/LeSharos - this is the company 'Foreign Engine Service' in Portland  - they offer complete chassis service for the Winnebago lines as well as repairs to VW buses/campers and have parts available for LeSharo/Rialta owners:
e) salvage parts
f)  ( I think this is F. E. Service as above?)
g) -some manuals

Hope this gives you some guidelines. :)ThmbUp

Offline safeman

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  • Engine: Renault 2.2 L
Re: Sources for LeSharao & Phasar Parts and Service
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2010, 03:54 PM »
I am glad to hear you give them a good report.


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