Took my WinneBago into Bob Stall for a problem with the E-Brake. Dropped it off on a Saturday. Tuesday I called in to find out the status. They stated they only have one rack that can handle a big rig. Thursday I called back and this time they were waiting on a diagram from the dealer to see how the brake assembly goes together. I thought they were the dealers? They also stated that the mechanic would be off on Friday. (I guess they only have one mechanic) Now itís Tuesday, one and a half weeks later, they called me and said they are not sure what the problem is exactly, but they would like to start by replacing the brake pads at a cost of $800 and ďsee if that takes care of the problemĒ. Iíve done a few brake jobs in my day, but never a $800 brake job just to ďsee if that is the problemĒ. Keep in mind this E-Brake is behind the transmission, there are no tires to pull off. You only need to remove four screws to drop the drive shaft and remove one bolt to pull the brake drum, and then there is only one set of shoes to replace. I donít know what the average hourly rate is. Iím guessing maximum of $40 dollars for the two shoes and at tops 2 hours of labor. That only comes out to about $380 an hour, and thatís just to see if thatís the problem.