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Old 04-08-2013, 10:01 PM   #15
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We restored our 1990 HiLo,not an expert. I would think you would want to give the exterior a good washing and work on the roof first. Use externabond tape read about it on the internet. Then work on the inside. Coat your inner walls with 2part epoxy bondo to seal up any pinholes you can't see. No sense in having water leaks on a new subfloor. Seems like a great project trailer for you. Many of us have done restorations. We will answer any questions you may have. Should be sweet when restored.

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Old 04-19-2013, 06:54 PM   #16
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Well I haven't really gotten much done. Slowly tearing everything out of the interior. I pulled the stove and started pulling out the cupboards and counter tonight, hopefully I'll have time to get out there this weekend. Most of my efforts will have to be shifted to my Bethany Pop-up as I need to have it ready for our annual memorial day atv trip down to timberline atv park.
Im still hoping someone may have some information on these concords or point me in a direction. I'd be happy with some history lol.

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