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Old 05-17-2011, 10:21 PM   #1
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Hello Folks,
This is my first time ever to post on a forum, so I may mess this up. I just bought a 92 22ft HI LO at an estate sale, and while cleaning it up, I noticed that the wall on the sink and stove side lacks about an inch of rising to proper height. After checking the owners manual, I found no info on any adjustment procedures. I am a retired autobody person so I'm not afraid to try doing something myself, if I could get a little coaching from someone who has experienced the same problem. By the way, I just accidently discovered this site two days ago!! Many thanks.
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Old 05-17-2011, 10:45 PM   #2
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Welcome to the site, try doing a Seach on this site( type in; cable adjustment) . Sounds like a simple cable adjustment, the cable adjustment is located on the street side of the trailer, on the frame near the axle. Remember to use blocks to support the upper half to take the wieght off the cables.
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Old 05-17-2011, 10:46 PM   #3
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we've had much discussion on leveling the HiLo. I'm sure it is in some of the prior posts/recent discussions. Just wanted to welcome you to the forum. We are a very friendly,helpful group,like an extended family. Congrats on your HiLo. Sam
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Your post came out just fine. Curious where you are located? What state?
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Welcome to the group Jim.
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Old 05-17-2011, 11:18 PM   #6
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I just leveled (loosely!) my top half last night - a '94 21-footer. There's nothing to it.

Check around and find the procedures; you'll have no problem with it.

Post some pics and give us a look at the ol' gal!
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Thanks for the quick response folks, I feel better already. I'll post a pic in a few days. Sam asked my location. I am in a small town in central West Virginia called Buckhannon--home of West Virginia Wesleyan College.We are in the heart of the new marcellas gas & oil industry--used to be the coal and timber. Thanks again, later,
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Welcome to the forum an as a owner. If you need any help I am just over in VA.
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