February deliveries to RV retailers rose 14.4 percent on volume of 24,700 units. That boosted the increase for the year to 8.0 percent.
Class A motor homes provided the bulk of February's gain, up 34.5 percent.
Class C motor homes rose 16.7 percent over the same month of last year, on volume of 1,400 units. The smallest vehicles in the segment, Class B campers, were up 50 percent for the month, with 300 units delivered.
Towables - including fifth wheels, conventional travel trailers, folding trailers and truck campers - were up 10.4 percent for the month, with delivery volume of 19,100 units.
Conversion vehicles again slipped. Through two months, deliveries were off 1.7 percent on volume of 23,100 units.
The combined industry, RVs and conversion vehicles, was up 8.8 percent from February 1998, and up 4.6 for the first two months of the year.