I installed a new carrier channel that I put curtain hooks with sliders into, in the bathroom. I left the bi-swing door
My hi-lo is older than yours.
The advantage of having an older hi-lo is the ability to remodel to what you want it to be and not worrying about the re-sale value or originality.
Trlr's rarely go up in value. Having said that I saw a 1965 Shasta for $6k on craigslist last week, and it was not pristine. Also not likely to go for that amount.
I have changed mine significantly. It is now what I want it to be for a minimal cost.
I could afford a newer and different trlr. But I have mine configured to my desires and needs.
And will be leaving Reno for another 3 month trip across the US in Feb.
Use your trlr before you make changes. That way you are making informed changes to meet your needs or desires.
Curtains are a cheap and easy changes.
Just remember!!!! it has to work when lowering also.
2002 ford f350, 7.3 diesel
1985 hi-lo funchaser