Post by ladywendolyn on Apr 23, 2016 9:27:52 GMT -8
For the last two weeks I have been working with my web design skills behind to scenes to create a simple purchase website for a fantastic Vintage Trailer Repair Manual. I was aware this manual was out there, but not many other people knew about it, as there wasn't a public site to purchase it. This fantastic book goes through the entire rebuild process step by step and contains hundreds of detailed photos which you can refer to along the way. For me it is the perfect on hand workbench companion to refer to as I work, and together with Mobiltec's videos, and the advice on this forum, provides a great map to a vintage trailer rebuild.
So who wrote this manual? None other than our own fearless leader Vikx, who wasn't putting it out there, as she is not a pushy sales type person. However, once I got my own I realized that with the dozens of hapless people a day I bump into on Facebook asking the same questions over and over this is the perfect time to release her book to a wider audience.
This is the best $25.00 I have invested in my trailer rebuild by far, and I will be sharing this link from now on, along with the one I share for mobiltecs videos when ever I am asked where to find a manual for the whole process!
I just want to say congratulations to Vikx, for her hard work on this book, and encourage you all to check out the site and share this information with anyone you come across who needs it.
Post by turbodaddy on Apr 23, 2016 18:45:01 GMT -8
Yup. Except for some, like me, bought on impulse without even knowing these resources exist. It was only after the fact that I began researching online. I can't tell you how much I have appreciated and learned from this forum. VTT is a wonderful place to explore and share.
Post by angieoakleaf on Nov 20, 2017 7:54:00 GMT -8
Hi, Angieoakleaf here. I wondered if the manual is available now ? Can I buy a physical copy? My tiny tablet .......etc. We are rebuilding our 69 Shasta Loflyte today.Ha We are halfway between doing it and scrapping it :-)
Ditto that! I recently purchased the book and have found it a great resource, especially for those of us new to this endeavor. I also agree on Mobiltec's videos...another great resource worth checking out. So much new to learn...