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Old 09-04-2013, 03:04 PM   #1
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Hello everyone,

I am new to the forum, I found it while researching a trailer I was interested in buying. Its a 1990 22L. I have only seen pictures of it, but the savings on gas mileage, and ease of storing have gotten me quite interested in these trailers.

One question I have is:

Being that the top and bottom are separate pieces, is there a problem with these units allowing mice and other vermin in? I have had several other types of trailers, and I know most have some area that mice can enter from but it seems hard to seal these hi-lo trailers, which would make them more susceptible than most?

Thanks for the info in advance,
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Hello everyone,

I am new to the forum, I found it while researching a trailer I was interested in buying. Its a 1990 22L. I have only seen pictures of it, but the savings on gas mileage, and ease of storing have gotten me quite interested in these trailers.

One question I have is:

Being that the top and bottom are separate pieces, is there a problem with these units allowing mice and other vermin in? I have had several other types of trailers, and I know most have some area that mice can enter from but it seems hard to seal these hi-lo trailers, which would make them more susceptible than most?

Thanks for the info in advance,
Tyson

Welcome to the forum. You know critters....if there is a spot for them to get in they will. I occasionally use a fogger bug spray and if you are worried about mice, steel wool in any openings will keep them out. Also use an insecticide around the perimeter of where your trailer will be parked.
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There is a rubber seal that goes around the inside perimeter of the upper half that seals in both the up and down positions.
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