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KountryKamper

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  1. <p style="text-align: center;"> </p> We had Oliver service install the WiFi Ranger and Cell phone booster in our trailer after it was a year old. They did a great job and it looks better than the others I have seen that were installed during the build.
  2. I have not seen a 2020 Duramax yet but the 2019 have adjustable pedals.
  3. I just bought one. https://www.amazon.com/Koch-4011323-Hitch-Handle-4-Inch/dp/B005ZCT3BU/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=hitch+pin+5%2F8&qid=1562549220&s=gateway&sr=8-4 If the chains are not tight they are not working. ?
  4. We carry our Honda generator in the front basket. I installed the LoPro lock down and just keep it covered. No problem with dirt or weather so far.
  5. David So glad to hear you are doing better. Thanks for letting us know you are OK. We were wondering how you were doing.
  6. Ken Sorry you had to stare at it for 4 days during the rally but your going to love it. ?
  7. Randy Post pictures if you install the banks exhaust.
  8. OP - original poster SO - significant other DW - dear wife DH - dear husband
  9. John I have used that same gauge for probably 30 years and most of our techs that don't have fancy digital ones use it too.
  10. We had the Dometic electric awning our Escape. It can be deployed out to any point and then stopped. The problem we had with ours was it would not tilt in the rain so water would pool in the middle and would sag the fabric. It was suppose to have a dump feature but we never saw it work. There were a few that bent the arms from water weight of pooling water. Escape finally put out a notice to only deploy it 3 feet in the rain because at that point the arms would bow up the middle and allow the water to run off. The wind sensor did work but it had to shake for 6 seconds before it would retract. If it was a quick guest of wind it could be a problem. We probably used it more then we do the manual awning but never left it out unless we were siting under it. I am curios to see how they hold up on the Oliver's. My opinion of the new awning is I would get the electric because it does have the retract feature that the manual does not. The electric also has a LED light strip. The new manual awning is the same as the electric and is self supporting and does not have support arms like our older ones do.
  11. I dropped to 55 for our drive to the rally and one other small trip this year. I was going to try 50 on the return trip from the rally (190 Miles) but the 55 felt so good I am just going to leave it there for our trip out west. I could not tell any difference in tire temperatures between 60 and 55. Very smooth ride. At 55 the tires seem to have a good foot print and just a little buldge on the bottom sidewall. Our trailer weight is 5500 lbs.
  12. Try changing the Furrion stero input to AV IN and turn up the volume and it should work.
  13. It was great rally and thanks to the organizers, volunteers, vendors and Oliver Travel Trailers for a fantastic job. It was one of the top rallys we have attended! Thanks to everyone that contributed! Mike I also saw your amber lights but never made it over to ask you about them. It would be nice to dim the curb side down a little.
  14. We went from a Casita to a Escape and now our Oliver. The Oliver pulls much better then any of our previous campers. We also pulled our E2 with a Tundra for the first year. The Anderson is not problem once you understand how to use it. You will be fine and love it. ?
  15. This is the one in our trailer. https://www.amazon.com/First-Alert-Detector-Carbon-Monoxide/dp/B00KMHXFAI/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&ref_=ox_sc_saved_image_2&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER
  16. It has its own small antenna and on our first system I did get some false alarms so installed the supplied antenna that is run under the vehicle and up into the cab. Having to mount the sensors, rebalance the wheels and run the antenna it is more work but a very nice system when installed although not for everybody because of the work involved. They say batteries are 5 plus years but I have never had one go dead.
  17. Our Dill TPMS has internal mounted sensors and this is our 3rd Dill system on 3 different brand trailers. Our tire Temps usually run 25-30 degrees above the ambient air temperture. Most of the time on warm days they run in the mid 120's. I have seen them go to 130 on extremely hot and sunny days. The high temp warning on the Dill system is preset at 176 degrees. Our Casita, Escape and Oliver have all run about the same tire temperatures with 3 differant Dill systems.
  18. We also ran 60 PSI for the first year, about 11,000 miles with no issues. I am lowering it now on each trip and watching the Temps on the TPMS. Last trip I went to 57 with no problems. This trip to the rally I am going to 55 psi. We are leaving on a 6000 mile trip after the rally and will probably stay at 55 for that trip and experiment going to 50 on shorter trips when we get home. I don't think I will be going any lower then 50 psi. I do pump them up to 70-75 psi if the trailer is sitting more then a few weeks without moving between trips.
  19. After riding on the hubs and the stress on the axles and suspension from this whole ordeal I'm not sure I would want to fix what you have except Maybe temporarily and get it back to the factory. I would want the axles replaced at a minimum and have them go over everything else.
  20. Wow, glad everyone is OK! Post pictures when you can.
  21. Watch this video and it will explain better than I can in a post.
  22. What was the problem with the fridge?
  23. There is 120 volt, 12 volt and USB on each side of the nightstand as standard.
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