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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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  1. Thanks to everyone for the useable information. Your willingness to share knowledge helps assure we have a wonderful trip in the New England/New York area this fall.
  2. Our eco boost pulls the Elite II up and down any mountain pass we have tried in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Idaho, etc. without problems. However, you might be surprised about the very reduced gas mileage when towing. There are times we are deep into single digits. The 36 gallon tank is a must when traveling in the more remote parts of the Rockies.
  3. Thank you Land Rover and GraniteState. You’ve been helpful.
  4. We are planning a trip to New England in October to view the changing foliage. Since we live in Colorado we have no experience traveling and camping with our Oliver in New England. We will leave from upper PA about October 7 and head towards Cooperstown, NY. We have no plans for the next 10 days after arriving at Cooperstown. As you might imagine I have more questions then answers. What are your favorite places to camp in NY and New England? During that time of year, should I make advanced reservations? We don’t make advanced reservations in the areas we usually travel because there are so many boondocking opportunities on federal and state land. Are there many boondocking options available. What are a few of your favorite places to visit for fall foliage? Favorite campgrounds or boondocking sites? Is there one place in New England you would recommend we use as a base camp for numerous days of leaf peeping? Is there anything else we should think about before departing? Thanks for the help.
  5. Thank you for all the information and advice. I will try all your suggestions the next time we boondock in the Colorado high country.
  6. I have a Honda 2200 generator and the easystart connected to the AC. Living in Colorado and traveling around the west, we camp at altitudes ranging from near sea level to 10,000 feet. As I move up in altitude I need all the power from the generator to start and run the AC. Assuming the solar panels have not fully charged the 4 Trojan batteries, how do I assure that the battery charger is not drawing any of the available power from the generator? Are there other loads I should disconnect and how do I disconnect those loads to assure all available power from the generator is available to the AC? Thanks for the help.
  7. Thanks John. The information you sent is exactly what I needed to repair the “puddle light.”
  8. I apologize for the confusion. The LED light I am having trouble with is below the main body of the trailer. I call these lights the courtesy lights as opposed to the bigger porch lights on the side of the trailer body I think you are referring to. Unfortunately, I don’t have a picture of the courtesy light to post.
  9. One of the outside courtesy lights is not working on our 2016 Elite II. Has anyone had this problem in the past and how did you fix the problem? I am especially interested in how to remove the lense so I can access the bulb.
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