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Old 09-02-2021, 03:38 PM   #1
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Hello to all.

Looking to get on the road and do some adventure stuff so need something to accomplish the mission. I'm looking for a MINIMALIST AND SIMPLISTIC approach to the venture so looking for comfy space (bathroom a must for the wife), single axle if possible and must fit in a 20' garage, (demountable hitch?).

I'm in Cape Coral Florida, 33990, so the closer the better but given the right model and price, have truck and will travel.

New to all models so all suggestions are certainly welcomed.

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Old 09-02-2021, 10:30 PM   #2
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HiLos come in two types. Towlite-lighter model or Classic heavier. What is your tow vehicle. What is the size on your garage door? Also need to clear the airconditioner. Do you have enough room to raise a HiLo up in your garage. Look in the library for layouts. Only one model comes with the detachable tongue if my memory serves me well.
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HiLos come in two types. Towlite-lighter model or Classic heavier. What is your tow vehicle. What is the size on your garage door? Also need to clear the airconditioner. Do you have enough room to raise a HiLo up in your garage. Look in the library for layouts. Only one model comes with the detachable tongue if my memory serves me well.
Thanks for the reply.
Looking to tow small and light, minimal as possible just to get my feet wet sort of speak so it looks like towlite. I have an F250/7.3l-PS and a Ram 1500/3.0l ED but plan to use the 1500 for most trips because the ford is a standard cab. The garage door opening is 7x16 and I don't believe the trailer can be deployed inside the garage because of the overhead door. Well if only 1 model comes with detachable tongue then it looks like the models to look at will have to be those that fit tongue and all. Will look. Thanks again.
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I have a 1811H its 18 foot from front to back. Fits in a 84" door. I have a lot of pics. Going in garage ,open in garage . With tape measure pics. if your Interested I can answer any questions., get you specific pictures. No problem. Just email me for phone number . Call when you like more pics and info. I'd rather talk than text. This is a good clean trailer everything works and maintained .with extras. Jspray64@gmail.com Thanks
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I have a 1811H its 18 foot from front to back. Fits in a 84" door. I have a lot of pics. Going in garage ,open in garage . With tape measure pics. if your Interested I can answer any questions., get you specific pictures. No problem. Just email me for phone number . Call when you like more pics and info. I'd rather talk than text. This is a good clean trailer everything works and maintained .with extras. Jspray64@gmail.com Thanks
Hello John spray,
Thanks for the reply. I never say no until it is time to say no. I am in the market and interested. E-mail me as much as you have now and send phone number to discuss to: [jcfarer@aol.com]. Please include the logistical info such as model, vin, price, location distance to 33990 etc.

I will e-mail and send my number.

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Old 09-04-2021, 06:43 AM   #6
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Hello to all,

I'm no longer in the market for a hi-lo.
Best of luck to all and remember to keep the tires on the ground.
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