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Mainiac last won the day on October 17 2020

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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
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    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Standard Floor Plan
  • Hull #
    Hull# 211
  • What model is your other RV or Travel Trailer?
    2010 Itasca 27' class A

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  1. Richard.. I looked at mine a while ago. I was concerned about salt air, and minimal use on salted roads. As far as I could see there was no, repeat no, visual degradation of any of the quotes.
  2. Isn't the EI 6" narrower than an EII , side to side? Also isn't the sleeping area narrower, front to back? If height is a concern, would think a bunk layout must fit also be a concern?
  3. Have you arranged a tour of local Olivers? That may be the deciding factor on which size bests fits you and your lifestyle. My bet is this will be your "forever" trailer, and should be what fits you the best. The tv might just be a secondary factor based on what you choose. Seems almost like you realize the tv you have may be undersized for where you might want to go. Bigger solar, dual axles, larger kitchen, and a pantry also figure into the decision making process. They do add weight and cost, but also add to resale value. Good luck on the decision process, it is solely a personal decision...
  4. Take a factory tour. Then go to a local rv dealer and look inside the compartments of new units. My desk stapler has heavier staples than used to hold trim on. I saw 3/4" X 1" pine as wall studs ( and a knot had already fallen out as it twisted). Look at what the tires really are. Look at the underside and see if there is a thin frame prone to rusting out. While under there look to see if floor is particle board. Then go look at Oliver. Arrange a local visit..
  5. Had a friend show a picture of the damage a turkey will do to an Airstream panel at 60 mph. ( sorry no picture to show). You thought hail damage was bad? It severely dented the top curved panel on the front. Opened the seam of the next panel. Hopefully not totalled.
  6. I had a dealership replace a circuit board, and they did a great job. Actually they did the job ahead of schedule. They called me and asked if I could come get it soon. It seems their customers were interested in buying it, and of course they don't sell Olivers. A great small dealership...
  7. Welcome to the "family". As you have already gathered, there are really no strangers here. You can ask questions, and you can expect many different answers, some may actually be correct. Welcome from Maine, and hull #211...
  8. We ordered ours in 2016, a 2017 model. Guess we could consider ours to be an "older" model, as we heard #1022 is in the production pipeline. We camped with some 10 Olivers the first week of June. A couple of them were in the 100 range, and one was less than 2 weeks old. Hard to tell them apart. Still shined in the sun.
  9. And just like that I became a posting machine... ( maybe these badges belong in the background for staff use?)
  10. Joined in 2016 and just got a badge for one year in. Something does not compute...
  11. Great. This seems to have eliminated a lot of grief. Good job!
  12. Richard.. After we talked, got curious. When your awning is all the way out, have you measured the fabric? Was thinking it might be longer (stretched) on the left, as it rolls in the upper tube and is pulled to the right?
  13. It was a fun time. We all learned at least one thing. Most of all we learned that Maine Oliver owners are a Great group of people. Oh ya, and we have to practice our game of Corn hole!
  14. A great time was had by all. What a wealth of knowledge in that group...
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