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Old 02-10-2021, 10:03 AM   #1
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We are interested in buying a Hi Low camper in the Southwest area within the next few months. Something with good bones, under 23 feet. Older model ok. If anyone comes across a unit in Arizona, Nevada, California or Utah give me a heads up. Thanks.
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We are interested in buying a Hi Low camper in the Southwest area within the next few months. Something with good bones, under 23 feet. Older model ok. If anyone comes across a unit in Arizona, Nevada, California or Utah give me a heads up. Thanks.
Keep an eye out on rvtrader.com and oodle.com. They are out there but it takes a little hunting. Good luck!
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Thanks, I have been looking on those sites, not in a hurry.
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Best of luck in finding a HiLo. Be sure to use the buyers check list. Are you wanting a Towlite or a heavier Classic?
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Most likely, a tow light
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I pull a 26 ft. and I had to hit the ditch to keep from hitting a big truck. I was going 65 when I went into ditch. I am sure if I would have had a regular trailer I would have rolled over and who knows if I would still be here today. Yes I love my old Hi-Lo.
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We are interested in buying a Hi Low camper in the Southwest area within the next few months. Something with good bones, under 23 feet. Older model ok. If anyone comes across a unit in Arizona, Nevada, California or Utah give me a heads up. Thanks.
Would you consider Colorado or I will bring it to one of the closer states for you.

Brand new air conditioner 13,500 btu low profile so less drag.

Generator available-quiet and light weight for boondocking.
Extra cost Brand new! Not included in cost of trailer.

Anti-sway hitch available for safer towing. Extra cost brand new! Not included in trailer cost.

Trailer has everything you need except dishes and silverware, and food of course.

Trailer tows like a dream with my V-6 GMC Acadia. Highway speeds no problem.

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$12,500
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Hello,

I know this post is older but wondered if you still have the 2008 19 ft Hi Lo still for sale?

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I know this post is older but wondered if you still have the 2008 19 ft Hi Lo still for sale?

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Yes, it is available. A great trailer in good condition. No problems that I am aware of. Winterized properly and waiting for summer to arrive.

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I would like to know more about the trailer when it is convenient for you.

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I would like to know more about the trailer when it is convenient for you.

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Please let me know the specific questions you have so Incan address them directly.

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We can email if you wish. Send me your email and I will email mine via your email address.
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Is the best information to use as a starting point? Website: https://www.hilotrailer.com/pdfs/2002.pdf

This is the most recent information I could find on the 2008 19 foot.
The site does not seem to list 2008 units nor 19 foot models after 2002.

Should I look at the Classic or Towlite information?
Any information on condition, factory options, and pictures are appreciated.

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My email address is evolution1@sbcglobal.net

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Ours is a Towlite. It can sleep at least 2 adults snd 2 kids. The dinette folds down snd the full couch opens up. Also there is a drop down bed from the ceiling that can fit 2 people. So really it can hold more than 4 with the drop down bed. Shower, toilet, fresh water storage and waste water storage tanks.

Standard toilet, double sink, hot water heater, room heater, power tongue lift, a/c is a brand new Coleman low profile model. Also have a brand new Craftsman generator and an anti sway hitch if you want them but they will be extra cost from the trailer. I did tons of research so they are very good items for this great trailer. I am located just out of Denver to the south s few miles.
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We are interested in buying a Hi Low camper in the Southwest area within the next few months. Something with good bones, under 23 feet. Older model ok. If anyone comes across a unit in Arizona, Nevada, California or Utah give me a heads up. Thanks.
Any interest? Still have the trailer. One person is interested but the deal is still pending but may close at any time.
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We actually found a nice little HI LOW not far from where we live. We are picking it up today!
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Hi, we’re new here, we have a 1999 21TD in great shape, just started talking about selling it. Haven’t even decided on price. Everything is in good shape, AC works great, hydraulics are new, all tires are new. If you’re interested, we can get more pics and the inside.
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Thank you for letting us know. We did find a unit a few weeks ago here in Las Vegas.
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