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Old 04-28-2016, 10:10 AM   #1
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Hello all! I hope this isn't premature because I don't actually have it yet, but I've just committed to buying a 2003 Hi-Lo 17T. I'm excited to get into it and get out on the road. I'm heading up to Traverse City, MI in late may or early June to take paragliding lessons, and this will be my home away from home for a few weekends, at least.

I know I'll have questions, so I won't post them here but instead in the right place in the forum (assuming the answers aren't already here somewhere). But if there's anyone in the N. IN or SW MI area with expertise, feel free to introduce yourselves.

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Hello all! I hope this isn't premature because I don't actually have it yet, but I've just committed to buying a 2003 Hi-Lo 17T. I'm excited to get into it and get out on the road. I'm heading up to Traverse City, MI in late may or early June to take paragliding lessons, and this will be my home away from home for a few weekends, at least.

I know I'll have questions, so I won't post them here but instead in the right place in the forum (assuming the answers aren't already here somewhere). But if there's anyone in the N. IN or SW MI area with expertise, feel free to introduce yourselves.

Thanks! -Scott
Welcome to the forum.

Familiarize yourself with the trailer beforehand.

Brochure: Brochure for 2003 Hi-Lo

Owners manual on video: HiLo "Video" owners manuals... youtube!

Paper manual: Owners Manual: 2004 Hi-Lo

It's for an '04 but close enough for your year model. They didn't change much between years.
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Gonna be cold up there, maybe, in May. So, make sure you check out the propane situation and furnace before you go- though if you are staying where you have hook-ups a good small electric heater will do wonders. ! Hope you get it.

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I hope you get your HiLo soon!! The 17T is a cute set up. We love question..just ask. You have already been given some helpful links. Post often.
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