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Anyone know Phoenix Coach Global?

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I met Neil yesterday.
He came with the new owners of our Eagle and stayed all afternoon.
Very personable Eagle Nut!
We had a bit of conversation about what he is doing and trying to do.
He said most of the parts they sell are for Prevost or MCI. Not so much for Eagles.
It appears to me that if the Eagle owners want him to stock more Eagle parts they
need to start doing business with him.
I would have no problem doing that. He's definitely done his homework.
Now if I could just get him to do Country Coach!
Joe Laird
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Sioux Falls, SD
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So true Joe it is going to take me forever to figure the Country Coach out with all the buttons and gadgets even with manuals maybe you should come in the Country Coach and we can figure it out together.3000 miles in the monster and I love it with the 600 hp ISX Cummins it moves with ease and rides likes a dream lol but I miss my simple Eagle
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Joe and Clifford, I hope you guys visit us often. You both have been great contributors and have a wealth of information that we could all benefit from.

Jim Shepherd
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I will Jim once a Eagle owner all ways a Eagle person but it was time to move on and I took Waynes advice buy something ready to roll and after searching for months and a ton of research that is what we did after crawling around Joe's and Frankies Country Coach
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