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  1. sting32
    07-08-2011 09:16 AM
    sting32
    Rolff! I keep on "going to" do that but fail to have the camera with me, and the phone doesnt do it justice, lol. I hope to post more, last outing we forgot the camera, which had me in other trouble if you know what I mean, lol...

    jkuntz05, I sent you a PM hope we can get together at least via email, or live. Ok...

    I do have pictures of the same model 5th without the toy hauler part in it, aka pre conversion, from one forsale in Cali last year, if I can find them I will get those posted soon. Been really busy,lol.
  2. jkuntz05
    07-07-2011 12:07 PM
    jkuntz05
    Hey Sting- We are looking at purchasing our first Hi Lo and have been reading up about them. We live in Abilene and I work in Salina. Your 5th wheel looks really cool and I am jealous of the toy hauling capability. You said in a post that you use the gray water to wash off the bikes. Do you ride street or dirt? I grew up riding dirt bikes at Rampart Range in Colorado and would be interested on input for good local riding locations or where you like to camp and ride. Thanks!
  3. Rolff
    07-06-2011 02:58 PM
    Rolff
    Hey Sting - Enjoyed your Posts. I would love to see some interior pictures of your 5th wheel. There seem to be few Hi-Los on this side of the Rockys and I have never seen a 5th wheel before.
  4. PopRichie77
    The DVD is on it's way by snail mail.
  5. Pipers Family
    Hey Sting, how long have you lived in Salina KS? Do you know any McCabes?
  6. sting32
    08-30-2010 11:53 AM
    sting32
    Im the same way POP! when I start typing people usually point out that they get TMI, lol.

    I bought mine in FL too, live in KS. Sent retired parents to go get it. mine is probably only one in existance, according to J&R, not sure though. I saw a non 5th weel toybox sell in ebay not but a year ago or so.
  7. PopRichie77
    Sorry missed your reply, hope it works out for you we loved our 21ft 95 Tow-Lite, we put about 70,000 miles on it, since 2003 when we bought it. Guessing at mileage, but our Alaska trip was almost 14,000 alone. We just got a 2209, haven't used it yet except for one night on the way home after picking it up in Fl. We live in PA but the price made it worth going after. It has the same layout but there is less storage space in it even though the box is 1ft 9 inches longer than the old one. When I get started talking, can't stop. Any way best of luck with the HI-LO.
  8. PopRichie77
    Hi sting32, welcome. Do you have a Hi-Lo and what model is it?

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