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geO last won the day on April 18

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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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  1. ahatter, I appreciate your honest feedback! I've had my share of issues shortly after delivery with several leaks. I understand the frustration and disappointment, I felt exactly the same as you. Several months and several trips to the plant, things finally smoothed out. Now 40K miles on my Oliver I'm pleased. But you're right in saying that they should get their act together. Oh, and I'm not a member of the fan club but I've learned a great deal from owners smarter than me. I've realized all campers go through issues out the door. Could be why many buy used. Best wishes and I hope Oliver makes it right for you!
  2. I would like to thank the Oliver service department for posting those maintenance videos on youtube. They will assist me and many others greatly. Job well done!!!
  3. I got a 2006 F250 6.0 PSD and love the extra room the 8' bed offers. I averaged 13.5 mph from AL to AZ traveling 65-70. I do use a SCT tuner mainly for reading gages. I keep my EGTs under 1200 no matter what. Each tank of diesel gets cetane added. https://k-mansparts.com/motorcraft-diesel-cetane-booster-performance-improver-pm-22-a-detail.htm Every oil change I add Archoil friction modifier. https://archoil.powerstrokehelp.com/products/archoil-ar9100-friction-modifier
  4. I noticed a lot of cold air seems to infiltrate near the kitchen sink pipes and drawers. Has anyone installed additional insulation around the kitchen pipes and if so, how, and what did you use? The inside shell was pretty consistent at 70 and the kitchen pipes 49... Huge difference!
  5. In fact yesterday we set an all time high of 101 degrees.
  6. John here in Alabama once a year is much needed. Then again I got Ollie in the drive under the sun. Working on moving out west this winter. I sure did enjoy camping up north this summer cause the heat this year in my town was insane.
  7. Great advise Bill... I did exactly that and even resealed the wheel wheels. I noticed my caulking this year is much better then last.
  8. I think the problem is the regular house outlet. You need 30 amp to run heat pump. If you have a generator I would see if it works. My Honda 2000i runs the systems fine.
  9. Well completed that much needed task of resealing my Ollie. The prep work is a little pita but necessary. Jason from the plant told me this task needs to be done once a year. If you haven't checked out your caulk I suggest getting on the roof and check it out.
  10. geO

    Jack points

    Sorry for the late reply. For some reason I kept having trouble opening the thread. I think I'll just play it safe and just raise one side at a time when I change out the tires. I just needed to ensure exactly the jack points. You guys rock! tHank you! George
  11. geO

    Jack points

    Thank you for clarifying this for me. I thought it was best to ask since I was not certain.
  12. Greetings folks, I've yet been able to find exactly the jack points on my eliteII. Could someone please attach a photo of where I need to jack up my Oliver properly? I'm getting close to needing new tires and so I want to jack up the trailer and take my tires off and take them to a tire shop for remounting. Thank you!
  13. I had the exact problem with mine. What I did to correct this issue was went through the starting procedure again and now using the Honda 2000i it works like a charm. It took a good while before even thinking about the start up procedure. If you have not tried that I would give it a shot. Using one 2000 w gen works well with the Honda on eco mode, I just get the impression the thing is working hard.
  14. My cheap telescopic ladder needs a crowbar to extend some of the rungs. One day I was cleaning the solar panels and the rung was not locked into place. I dropped like a rock and tore off the porch light. Funny thing is I checked or so I thought I did ensure it was locked... Wrong!
  15. Oh CRAP, I just spent the last 3 days shinning Ollie up. Seeing your image Overland makes me cringe.
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