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Old 05-02-2011, 11:54 AM   #1
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I have the Hi-Lo DVD that came with my 2209 trailer copied to my computer. It is marked basic operating instructions, it is dated 3-22-05 and covers TowLite and Classic models. It is 3.24 GBs long. It is to be used along with the manual but would be very helpful for people without a manual. Does anyone use a site that I could upload the DVD to, then others could download it. It can then be played with the windows media player or burned to a DVD. Since the Company is out of business, there should be no copy right infringement, plus there is nothing on the DVD that says copyright protected.
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You could have them pm you their email and use Email Large Files Free
I use this for business file transport.
Just type in their address and they recieve a link to download it.
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Thanks Vannooch,
Sounds good to me.
Any one that wants a copy of the DVD follow his instructions or PM me your email address and I will upload a copy. Flies of this size take a fair amount of time, so plan on it.

This won't work, didn't read all, the max file size is 200MB
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oops sorry, I never had that problem
Maybe snail mail a disc.
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I use drop box as well, but it may have upload restrictions also, I'm not sure
I just checked and there is no size limit on the desktop upload for dropbox. If you try to upload through the website it will limit you to 300mb
Let me know if you need some instruction on how to do this.
OK, another problem, the free file storage through dropbox is only 2 gb, nixed again.
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Maybe snail mail would be the best option.....
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I might add that the DVD is not model year specific. We got the same DVD with our 2310H as we did with the 1705T.
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Maybe snail mail would be the best option.....
I will check to see what google's site has for room, I have other ideas on how to save this awesome DVD for everyone. stand by... I may have to have you ftp it to where I could take it and break it down into sections.

plus we've done similiar with video "manuals" for motorcycles, again they'd have to be broken up a bit, then posted and hosted by youtube.

Youtube: Files can be:
•High Definition
•Up to 2 GB in size.
•Up to 15 minutes in length.
•A wide variety of formats
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I am afraid if I started burning and mailing DVDs that I might become overwhelmed. I spend a lot of time on forums and my wife has threatened to pull my computer plug and my plug. LOL
I did belong to a web site a year or more ago where storing a file of this size for download was possible but the regs of accepting junk mail and I got lots of it, made me get out of it, and the site was difficult to use, don't even remember the name and don't want to.
The DVD has pictures which is helpful and the guy explains the various switches and features of the Hi-Lo.
I only brought this up, because it seems a lot of people are getting trailers with no manual and very poor operating instructions.
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Would you be willing to make some copies and bring to the rallye in June?
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Sorry, I am not attending the rally. If you read some of my previous posts, I complained about the cost of the rally but there are health issues that my wife and I also have. All of which influenced our decision not to attend.
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We won't be doing the rally either. The price of gas doesn't doesn't fit into our retirement budget. My hubby is booked with side jobs this summer. Maybe we'll go somewhere in the fall. We have some camping planned closer to home. Perhaps someone who is going to the rally would be able to make copies of the DVD?
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I sent you a PM on this issue.
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