Jacking Horror Story
We purchased our Hi-Lo used a number of years ago. A previous owner must have had a flat tire and had to jack up the trailer.
Unfortunately, they didn't read the manual and jack it up at a point of strength, so they permanently bent the frame. So, we have to level the trailer "as closely as we can", but part of the trailer is always out of level. We also end up having trouble with the door. If the front jack is too high, the door won't open, if it is too low the door won't stay closed.
It is rather comical to watch us set up camp. Our friends get out their glasses of wine and lawn chairs for the show.
Les & Patricia
2006 22ft towlite (replaces 97 21TL)
2006 Toyota tacoma pre-runner 4.0 L V-6 quad cab
w/ 98 chevy Powervision towing mirrors
2017 Chevy Silverado 1500 5.3 v8 (replaces Toyota)
2 Hobie mirage pedal drive kayaks