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Old 10-08-2016, 03:17 AM   #113
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Originally Posted by dgmelp View Post
I have a complete set of copies of the original manuals that came with the Holiday Rambler Aluma Lite Class A motor homes (all lengths and chassis configurations). I own a 1990 model but thought this was close enough for me...so, if you have any models from 1989 to 1992 (and perhaps beyond?), this might be the manual you need!

I borrowed another owners set of manuals (cost me a six pack) and had the whole set reproduced at Office Depot, in duplicate, in case another hapless owner found him or herself the proud owners of one of these rigs with no idea how to operate it.

If your interested, let me know...I would like to recoup half the cost of the reproduction (its over 300 pages and includes a large 3 ring binder to hold it all).

Do you still have a copy available? Just bought RV and can use all the help I can get

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Old 10-20-2016, 08:38 PM   #114
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Smile Manual for Holiday Rambler Endeavor LE 36 + Banks System

I have the manual for our coach described above. I have digitized it and would be glad to send the digitized version to anyone who might need it. I have the trusty old 7.5L V8 - By the way I have installed the Banks Exhaust, Banks Intake and the Banks Transmission controller on our RV. The performance change was incredible!

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