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  1. Angel
    10-03-2021 10:44 PM
    Hello, I belief you are one of the forum members that has a hilo that's closest in year as mine (I have a 1989 Voyager Classic). Under the front couch there's an outlet which has 2 things plugged in to it; one is the converter, and I am trying to figure out what is the other wire plugged in there, It exits downward thru the floor by the fresh water tank. But I'm not able to see where it heads to underneath outside. If it's possible; can you please take a look and see if your hilo also has such an outlet under the couch. And would you know what that mystery plug is powering? Thank you so much for your help.
  2. retiredcamper47
    Hi Sam, Read about the problem with your control panel. I had the same problem with my 2001 HiLo. Give me a call at 440-282-2780 or pm your number and I will call you. I can explain it better by talking than by typing. Bob (retiredcamper47)
  3. My name is Pat
    Hey kiddo, so how did the 1st trip of the season turn out?
  4. dayspring62
    Hi Sam,
    I'm new to this site, but have been looking for some one to tell me is the wood rot in the top section of my tow lite can be replaced. If so how can I go about doing it.
    I noticed folks like to know where you live. I live in AR,
    Please E-mail me at
  5. Chuck
    01-23-2013 05:24 AM
    So sorry to hear you're not feeling well. Take care , we're thinking of you here.
  6. jcurtis95
    Hi Sam,

    I tried sending a message using this forum message format and it was too long and would not be accepted. Would you please send an email to me at:

    I just want to update you on the Hi Lo and other activities.

    Jerry Curtis
    Fredericksburg, TX
  7. Relichunter
    Quick questions for anyone: I have been in the process of repairing a whole lot of wood rot. The long rails, 3 by 31/2 wood rails of each side have been replaced. My problem is even though I have the sides held up, when I go to reattach the lift cables, they are really short, not long enough to go to the bottom like they were on the original side beams. I have build the new ones exactly like the old ones, however now the cables won't reach. Is there an adjustment that has to be made/loosened to reattach these cables?? Can't figure this one out. HELP. Thanks
    11-07-2012 11:04 AM
    Sam---can you send me pictures of your restoration------
    11-02-2012 07:42 PM
    Sam--thinking if the 93 hilo 24' ?? Is to far gone , it might make some kind of utility trailer, cargo trailer, car trailer, any thoughts on that. Cmdr bob
  10. RudyRedNek
    Sam: When re-caulking the windows: Does one NOT use butyl tape at all? Or should the tape be used on the body of the window and the Lexel caulk on the lip?

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