Hi-Lo lift mechanism
I joined this forum a little bit ago in order to get information on the Hi-Lo.
Currently, I have a 1996 Roadtrek 210P with 130,000 miles on it.
In a couple of years, I plan to retire and then take an extended trip to California. To be honest, I'd prefer to have a newer B, but they may be "bank breakers". I have a great tow vehicle, so I might go the trailer route instead.
I love the concept behind the Hi-Lo. My current question is about the lift mechanism.
How hard is it to service and lubricate the lift cables and pulleys?
Are the lift cables that go across the bottom of the trailer protected from road grime and foreign objects?
In other words, are the cables protected inside a compartment?
The cables that go up the walls, how hard is it to see and lubricate them?
Thanks for any help. And if there are any other "differences" between a Hi-Lo and regular hard sided TT let me know. In 2005, I had a R-Vision Traillite 21ft trailer.