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Old 02-08-2011, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default Owners Manual: 1969 Bon Voyage

Manual is attached. This is the manual that came with our 1969 Bon Voyage, although it is undated and may actually cover several years, or models, of Hi-Lo production. Photos of this trailer can be found in the album under the public profile for my member name.
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Old 02-14-2011, 02:47 PM   #2
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thank you, it looks like everything in that manual fiits my 68. i hope i can get it repaired to the point that i can camp in it this year
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Old 02-14-2011, 04:54 PM   #3
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thermonieum,

What make of stove and heater is installed in your 1968. I have the original operator's manuals for the appliances in my 1969... and will scan and post if needed.

Please post some pictures after you get her fixed up! Actually, some in-progress pics would also be cool.

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Old 02-15-2011, 09:10 AM   #4
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my trailer doesn't have a heater but the 3 burner cook stove is a trav'ler. i couldn't believe it when i went and looked but that is the name on the stove itself. i don't know if the hilo decal has been painted over or what but the name hilo does not appear anywhere on or in the trailer.
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My 1969 also has as a Trav'ler stove. I'll scan and post the operator/parts manual to the HTF. I also have the original sales brochure that I'll scan/post. Its a kick reading what was standard/optional equipment for this generation Hi-Lo!

BTW, with the Trav'ler stove, be sure to remove the cast iron burner grates when you're towing. Otherwise they bounce around and wreak havoc with the porcelain top of the stove (my apologies if you already knew that).


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no i did not know that, i appreciate everything, thank you so much. i need all the help i can get. it doesnt even have a refrig. but its such a cute camper. the side walls are so bad i cant open it up yet. but i can get in it lowered. i guess i could use it for a teardrop style til i get it repaired.
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the side walls are so bad i cant open it up yet.
What are you seeing happening with the walls that is keeping the top from raising? Curious minds would like to know.

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the bottom board from the door to the front, on the bottom of the top half is at the top of the bottom half, i can see it in the window. when i feel under the bottom part of the top it is hollow (no wood in there only the thin metal. it did raise like that the last time it was up, but i wont chance it again until the weather breaks and i can take the metal off and fix the wood. the last time it was lowered it made a terrible scraping noise, that is what made me start looking around and feeling for wood everywhere.that sounds really confusing but after reading it a few times slowly, it is correct.
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Can anyone tell me what make,model, and year this camper is?
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It is a Hi-Lo, probably early 1960's, model ?
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