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Old 06-11-2024, 07:55 PM   #1
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I spoke with the owner of Mantelli trailer sales today. Our HiLo dealer. Kim has given me permission to post this information. She really wants to clear out her inventory of HiLo parts. Part prices are very reasonable. Soon she will be emailing me pictures to post. !. fiberglass propane cover. Cover for spare tire that fits on the back bumper. Several lower fiberglass panels. I have three panels in my home now. I don't have anywhere to store big items. I will be able to keep one tote of smaller parts.
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Old 06-11-2024, 07:59 PM   #2
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Kim has a roll of seal that goes between the layers. That is the last item i can recall from our conversation.
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I look forward to seeing the list of items
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Old 06-26-2024, 09:35 PM   #4
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Does she have any hydraulic cylinder rod threaded ends. My neighbors just sheared off. That also bent the thrust plate guidance rod. That can prob be found at any metal supplier. Thanks!
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Old 06-28-2024, 06:56 PM   #5
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We can better help you if we see pictures of the needed parts. I am sure some one has done this repair.
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I spoke with the owner of Mantelli trailer sales today. Our HiLo dealer. Kim has given me permission to post this information. She really wants to clear out her inventory of HiLo parts. Part prices are very reasonable. Soon she will be emailing me pictures to post. !. fiberglass propane cover. Cover for spare tire that fits on the back bumper. Several lower fiberglass panels. I have three panels in my home now. I don't have anywhere to store big items. I will be able to keep one tote of smaller parts.
Do you have a lift cable in the inventory? Willys
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Old 07-03-2024, 04:22 PM   #7
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Default Getting lift cables.

I am sorry I doen't have lift cables in my parts that were given to me. I know several have done this repair and should be able to tell you a source for parts. My friend replaced his cables in two HiLOS that he owned. He has passed away. If my memory serves me correctly he used Aircraft cable. Possibly got them at a hardware store? able replacement in my 1998 Hilo24TD. This is fifteen pages of instruction and pictures. 3-3-2010. Perhaps some one that is much better at computer can post the link. This is something like an eight hour job. My friend said he invented some new words when he did this job!!
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DH says he spends 45minutes using Break Free to lubricate the cables. It is a job to keep tipping the trailer in different positions. Wear old clothes as you get greasy. Break Free cleans,protects and lubricates. It is found in the gun section at Walmart.
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Old 07-15-2024, 05:29 PM   #9
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I am sorry I doen't have lift cables in my parts that were given to me. I know several have done this repair and should be able to tell you a source for parts. My friend replaced his cables in two HiLOS that he owned. He has passed away. If my memory serves me correctly he used Aircraft cable. Possibly got them at a hardware store? able replacement in my 1998 Hilo24TD. This is fifteen pages of instruction and pictures. 3-3-2010. Perhaps some one that is much better at computer can post the link. This is something like an eight hour job. My friend said he invented some new words when he did this job!!
Does anyone have instructions on replacing the lift cables? Parts info? Either made or make my own.
Appreciate it!
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