RV wholesale deliveries dropped for the fourth consecutive month in July.
Shipments slumped 9.3 percent to 32,200 units in the month.
With the July decline, deliveries for the seven months are off 2.7 percent to 248,000 units.
RVs last gained from the year-earlier month in March, when they edged up 0.2 percent.
Towable RVs dipped 7.9 percent in July to 24,400 units, while motor homes tumbled 19.0 percent to 4,700.
Their combined total fell 9.9 percent to 29,100.
Conversion vehicles were down 3.1 percent to 3,100 units in July.
For the seven-month period, towable RVs were up 1.8 percent to 187,600 deliveries.
Motor homes fell 13.5 percent to 38,300 units for the first seven months.
Conversion vehicles are down 16.0 percent this year from the year-ago period, with 22,100 deliveries.