Review: RV Repair and Maintenance Manual–Updated and Expanded

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Outstanding! Trouible-Shooting Pages a Superb Value, April 2, 2008

Bob Livingston

My wife inherited a 1988 Winnebago (31 foot, no slide-outs) and we’ve decided to bring it up to speed for beach trips. This is one of two books I have bought to get started, and it is the better of the two, but I like them both.

This book is absolutely one the best car maintenance books I have ever had the pleasure of using (I also have a 1964 MGB and related maintenance books). This book is brilliantly organized, crystal-clear, and I especially appreciate the full-page trouble-shooting guide with symptoms and fixes in two columns.

I also recommend RV Owner’s Handbook, Revised (Rv Owner’s Handbook) but I use that for overview reading. If you want only one book, buy the Trailer Life book, it is vastly more detailed and useful with respect to each individual system in any given RV.

I have not bought but want to flag Woodall’s RV Owner’s Handbook: The Complete, Illustrated Guide to Preventative Maintenance & Repairs for consideration.

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