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  1. @ Renagade, first good luck with your trip up here to Big Sky Country. Welcome! I have lived in MT (Bozeman) for well over 40 years and have been to Glacier countless times during all seasons and have watched the tourism in the park explode since the mid 70's. With that in mind while I agree with some of the responses here I also have a somewhat different perspective on a few things. Weather: come prepared for winter. Montana weather is extremely volatile and at times just as unpredictable, and the park itself on any given day can have dramatically different weather compared to just a sho
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  2. Very nicely done to all involved! Who do we have to bribe in order to see the out-takes and/or bloopers?
    2 points
  3. Yes, a big thank you to Jason and Oliver Service. The videos are extremely helpful.
    2 points
  4. I haven't watched them all, but the one on cleaning the window tracks is well done. I hope they continue with more of these. Great job Jason, and of course everyone else involved. Here's a link for anyone who hasn't seen them - Oliver YouTube Channel
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  5. routlaw, Your mention of Swiftcurrent, reminded me of my favorite hike in that area which took us to the Ptarmigan Tunnel. Tried that hike again years later, but the trail was closed do to a moose kill, so we had to try a new hike and went up to the Swiftcurrent Fire Lookout. Thank you for the memories. Mossey
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  6. The Oliver Travel Trailer family has once again demonstrated their commitment to all OTT customers by increasing the knowledge base available to not only today’s owners, but tomorrow’s as well through their YouTube channel. I wonder how many RV manufacturers would post a YouTube video discussing the possibility of their RV's leaking! And then providing guidance to prevent and or correct such an issue. Wow, it’s refreshing to spot a bit of frankness in the world today. Thank you Oliver Travel Trailers! Mossey
    1 point
  7. I found a source for stainless hardware cloth at Amazon - 2 sq ft of 1/8” mesh with 0.024” (0.6 mm) wire, with 60% flow rate, for $23 and free shipping. https://smile.amazon.com/Woven-Wire-8-Mesh-12-X24-30cm-X60cm-x2-5mm-Beekeeping-Varoa-Varroa-Apiary-Steel-60-Open-Area/dp/B01N7VKM8G/ref=cm_wl_huc_item My wonderful local specialty metals supplier has the same stuff but with heavier 0.028” wire for about the same price. Some suppliers offer it in finer sizes but I do not think they would sell a small quantity.... I think the Amazon cloth is a better choice for an Ollie owner,
    1 point
  8. Looks like the previous owner of your trailer removed the classic molding, squared off the openings, and replaced it with some kind of trim. Like trimlok? Looks great, imo. If you don't like the tambours ( and I can see why, they do take up storage space, and have a tendency to jam), you could easy return to the original sliders. A couple of pieces of track, cut new plexi, drill the thumbholes, pop in the grommets, and done. I actually like our sliders in our 2008. They're smoked plexi, which maybe someday I'll replace with some patterned plexi. And, probably not. When we took
    1 point
  9. That vent pipe you see behind the drawer has an air admittance valve on the top. It allows air to go in to vent the system, but doesn't let air out, for obvious reasons! Kind of like a back flow preventer in a water line. These valves have been known to fail now and again so that could be a reason. If Oliver installed it right, it should screw off for easy replacement, haven't checked mine lately. For what it's worth, I also always add Happy Camper black tank treatment to the gray tank as well, especially in the summer, it works great for both tanks. Follow the pipe down to the tank, check all
    1 point
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