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Greetings fellow riders. I just purchased a Travlite trailer and I have several questions hopefully there will be someone with some expertise.



1. Does anyone know why they would put a piece of untreated wafer board between the frame and the tub?



2. Does anyone have copies of original paperwork for this travel that I might be able to get my hands on?



3. Does anyone know if there is anyplace I could buy the awning/screen room that attaches to this trailer?



4. I am missing the board and cushion that complete the bed does anyone havethe size for this so I can make a new one?



Thank you in advance for any help you might provide.



At present I have just sand blasted the complete frame and am painting it tomorrow(wow imagine that I'm doing a frame off restoration!:clapper:
 

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I used to have a Travelite Hardtop, pity they stopped making them. It wasn't as lite as the name suggested, I reckon 350lbs. There are plenty of same sized units weighing in at around 300.

The board is the floor/table. I'm not too good at remembering specs, but I'll see if I can pull anything up without making promises.
 

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This is the only picture I can find of mine at the moment, taken before we had digital cameras. My son got it from the photo andinto the computer for me a few minutes ago.

The floor should look something like what you see in the picture. It has good storage underneath and there should be a pole that you put under the floor so it can be used as a table.
 

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I just looked at your profile and see you are riding a GL1200. When I bought my camper I had a GL1200 and it was a heck of a struggle for it to pull the camper loaded up. I mean I had to really gun the throttle a lot at take-off. The 6 cylinder Wings pull it much easier and with no effort or work.
I just thought you might need to know that.
 
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