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Old 07-16-2010, 02:52 PM   #1
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Default Resale value tanking on Hi-Lo

Was looking to trade my 2006 in prior to the front shroud being cracked by a tree limb and was quoted an intial trade in value and now the dealer dropped the trade in price due to HI-lo tanking and now it seems I can't get parts either.

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Old 10-01-2010, 05:16 PM   #2
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Do you still have it, if so what do you want for it, what model, and where are you located.

We have an o3 twenty seven ft. Towlite, looking to upgrade. I'm real handy with all kinds of tools and love a challenge.

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Old 10-01-2010, 09:42 PM   #3
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Al,

Have you considered taking your trailer to an auto body shop to get the endcap repaired? It can't be any different than the plastics or fiberglass used on today's cars. Just a thought..............................
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I think your dealer is playing with you about the value tanking on your Hi-Lo. I just checked the NADA site to see what my 2310H is worth and it was showing a good figure. He may want to buy your trailer for a bargain price and resell it at a nice profit. Right now Hi-Lo trailers are a one of a kind on the sales lot and that can bring premium prices. Have you ever gone to a car dealer and looked at that rare car on the lot and at the price they want for it?

As for parts, J&R Repair has taken over the the Hi-Lo inventory and does repair work, including major rebuilding. JR REPAIR.

I should add, most of the parts on the Hi-Lo are generic and can be found at most RV suppliers.
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