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  1. tlnovack
    06-06-2019 01:13 PM
    What is the best way to get your hi-lo to Ohio from California? Just tow it? Then you sit there and wait while the work is done? Where do you stay? I imagine it takes awhile depending on the repairs needed. Any ideas/suggestions are appreciated. Haven't even bought the hi-low yet. Just trying to figure this all out. It's a 2001 hi-low towlite, 24'. So I imagine it needs some work right? It's hard when you live in California and don't know where to take it. Does it take a specialized mechanic. Thanks.
  2. tlnovack
    06-06-2019 01:05 PM
    Having a little trouble trying to find my around this website. 😒 So I called the hi-lo mechanic in Ohio and he was so nice. Talked to me for a long time. He said when looking at a potential hi-low always check the "rails" underneath the rig. Make sure they are where they should be, in good working order, etc. If anyone has pictures of rails I would much appreciate it. I think he said they are like 4" in. He was trying so hard to help me. I will take the buyers check list with me and finger search for soft spots. 🤗

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