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Old 06-10-2016, 12:32 PM   #1
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hi I have a 1978 79 hi lo I would like to totally rebuild but can anyone tell me what is the safest way to separate the 2 half's please and how do you add photos are here
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Easiest way is to upload from PC.
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Old 06-10-2016, 02:15 PM   #3
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thank you
I will try may be get some photos of my trailer there
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I know this post is for cable replacement. It shows pictures and word descriptions on how to break the trailer apart. Top and bottom seperation. 3-3-2010 Cable replacement in my 1998 HiLo 24TD.
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thank you Sam but I don't see a link or a post of what your talking about please
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robin, Go to "lift system" in the reference library. click. Third one down from Neal and Bev will guide you through it. titled: cable replacement and adjustment
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robinhood, If you have a chance, examine your "Bulb seal". It goes all the way around the trailer (except the door, of course) if it needs to be replaced, missing in places, torn or deteriorated, when replacing the cables would be a good time to replace this seal. My cables were replace some time in the past but the seal was not. Now I get to replace this seal after camping season! I have a great TEMP fix for this season but didn't take pics of it. Hint, the use of a swimming noodle did the job.
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hello Treeclimber

thanks for the info but I woud really like to separate the 2 halfs as I would like to restore the trailer but I need to get them apart
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Here is the link tree climber was referring to. It is in the first post of neal and bev.

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thank you hilltool but I really need to know how and safely remove top have from bottom
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