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Old 09-17-2011, 09:15 AM   #1
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Best RV Maintenance Manual?

Any have a suggestion for the best overall repair maintenance manual? I am a new owner of a 2000 used Safari class C MH. Should I purchase the Trailer Life RV manual, Woodall's RV Owner's Handbook, or is there another I should consider?
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Old 09-17-2011, 10:26 AM   #2
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Any have a suggestion for the best overall repair maintenance manual? I am a new owner of a 2000 used Safari class C MH. Should I purchase the Trailer Life RV manual, Woodall's RV Owner's Handbook, or is there another I should consider?
Thanks - this forum has been a great reference.
Welcome to the best Rv site that I have found on the web.
I don't know which manual will be the best
But everything about your motor home has been, is or will be discussed on this forum.
There are lots of great people on here that can give you real life answers to any questions you may have.
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There are quite a few RV handbooks out there and I have a few but they may not have the specific info you need. You can probably get engine repair manuals from the mfgr. But the best manual is the search function of this forum. Try a multitude of search keywords. It may take you a little while but something will come up. For an older MH there should be lots of threads. I have had really good luck finding info on my MH. Good luck.
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There are quite a few RV handbooks out there and I have a few but they may not have the specific info you need. You can probably get engine repair manuals from the mfgr. But the best manual is the search function of this forum. Try a multitude of search keywords. It may take you a little while but something will come up. For an older MH there should be lots of threads. I have had really good luck finding info on my MH. Good luck.

X2 and it's a lot cheaper and not as heavy. No all kidding aside, Also there is a website called The RV Doctor and RVing with Mark Polk both have a lot of good info and the best part is they are free.
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I agree there is a tremendous amount of information available on this and other sites. If it were me I'd probably look for a chassis manual since I do most of my own maintenance.
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