Who Manufactured My 1975 Salls Camper Trailer?
(Grand Rapids, Mi)
I have just purchased a 1975 Salls Camper Trailer that is 2200 lbs and double axle. I cannot find any information on this unit. Who manufactured this unit and what are the specifications. Also, where can you get a manual on this camper?
ANSWER: Hi Larry thanks for submitting your question on our Ask An RV Question Page.
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I am afraid you have stumped me as far as who manufactured your 1975 Salls Camper Trailer. I can honestly tell you I have never heard of that trailer brand before. Hopefully one of our visitors can provide information on this brand by leaving a comment on this page.
As far as getting an owner's manual for your trailer, the chances are slim to none. Even if we find out who manufactured the trailer itself they will probably no longer have the actual owner's manual for your trailer's year and model.
My only suggestions are to Search For RV Owner's Manuals On eBay: Some RV owners have had good luck on finding RV Owner's Manuals here. Of course you are going to have to purchase the manual.
If you are unable to find an Owner's Manual at the above locations, there are books that you can buy that can take the place of the actual Owner's Manual. These books explain how to operate all of the common equipment found in an RV such as the propane system, plumbing, how to operate appliances, etc. Some of the Books I recommend are:
Woodall's RV Owner's Handbook
The RV Handbook: Essential How-to Guide for the RV Owner, 3rd Edition By Bill Estes.
RV Repair and Maintenance Manual: Updated and Expanded By Bob Livingston.
Hopefully this information has been helpful to you.
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