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Old 08-12-2018, 02:57 PM   #1
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what is the frame, sides, floor, roof made of? are they wood studs in walls, in floor and roof? info for 2004. what are issues with seals between sections, roof & floor
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HenryII,

Here is a .pdf brochure of the 2004 Hi-Lo compliments of Neal and Bev Brochure for 2004 Hi-Lo Here is a photo from the brochure showing how they were made.
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Is your unit a Towlite or a Classic? No matter what goes wrong with your unit it is all fixable.
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my old 1st 70's had a steel frame but at some point they switched to aluminum. I developed a leak at the kitchen window and roof caulking and the exterior fiberglass and interior paneling came loose and when repairing the space between alum. tubing was 3/4 plywood with panelings glued to the. New plywood was required to re-glue. Camper store wanted $3000.00 so I done it for less than $300.00 after renting a storage unit to work in. jacked up the top and removed the cables and put 2x4 to support the top while repairing
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