Preventive Maintenance
for Your High Mountain Driving

Personalized Preventive Maintenance

Let us help you protect your investment. Our goal is to minimize emergency repairs by cost-effective preventive maintenance program. That is, we believe towing charges, emergency repairs at the nearest shop on the road instead of your own, and potential major damage as a result of overheating or worn parts is far more expensive than a well designed personalized maintenance program. Our mission at the The Gunny Lube is to provide you with safe and reliable high country driving.

Since no two drivers are exactly the same, let us provide you with a personalized maintenance schedule specifically matched to your vehicle which blends our recommended service schedule, your vehicle’s recommended maintenance schedule, your own service strategy, and your driving habits. We will then provide you with a personalized maintenance schedule stored in our shop showing all the recommended services over the next several years as well as the service history documented with receipts. We will work with you and your budget to properly look after all the maintenance needs of your vehicle.

The Gunny Lube

Maintaining your vehicle with complete service records and receipts is critical in because it:

  • Increases future trade-in value
  • Increases the life of your vehicle
  • Reduces expensive surprises
  • Reduces expensive surprises
  • Keeps warranties in effect
  • Increased safety for you and your family

On/Off-Site 15 Point RV Inspection Service

Recreational Vehicle Inspection Includes:

  • Check all fluid levels: engine oil, transmission, power steering, brakes and windshield
  • Check air filter. A clean air filter helps your engine perform better and improves fuel economy.
  • Check for any leaks: Look under the RV and or tow vehicle for any indications of leaks.
  • Check radiator coolant: Check the level, condition & concentration of anti-freeze.
  • Check radiator hoses & clamps: Look for worn, cracked, brittle or soft spots in the hoses.
  • Check heater hoses & clamps: Look for worn, cracked, or soft spots in the hoses.
  • Check all belts: Look for signs of wear and for any cracks in the belt. Check the belts tension.
  • Check all lights.
  • Check wiper blades for wear and poor operation. It's too late once it starts raining.
  • Check the starting battery state of charge, water level, cables and connections.
  • Check condition of your tires: Look for uneven wear, tread depth and for proper tire inflation.
  • Start the engine and allow it to warm up. Check all gauges for proper operation.
  • Check the dash air for proper operation.
  • Check all wheel bearings and brakes — should be inspected at least once annually.
  • Check your emergency kit for a flashlight, extra batteries, jumper cables, first aid kit, basic hand tools, and warning devices.

Drive-Up Trailer Service



Lubrication Service (included in BASE PACKAGE)

  • Check Tire Pressure & Wear Pattern
  • Check Light Operation
  • Bearing Grease Packing (add $75 extra charge upon request)
  • Check trailer, hitch, chain (welding repair service available)