Originally Posted by LLB21
My buddy doesn't sell Airstreams any more but he has a manual he got from Airstream.
Also, could you imagine how long an "inexperienced" repair shop would take.
That is if you can get it by the insurance company.
The only repair manual that ever came from Airstream, to the best of my knowledge, was the original Caravanner Insurance crash book.
It's not only the huge increase in time, from an inexperienced shop, but the lack of knowledge as to "how" so that the repair cannot easily be detected, and that there are "zero" water leaks. Inexperienced shops would have no idea where you apply Vulkem, or why.