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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2019
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    Oliver
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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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  1. Mainiac, Window keys are plastic wedges that are used to separate the 16 clips that hold the inner frame to the outer frame, securing the window to the door. They slip into slots on the outer edge of the inner frame. Andrew
  2. Mike, the shade Mossey linked to is an accordion shade, which I think is different than the Zarcor vertical shade you have? We would be interested in the accordion style. Andrew
  3. Here are a few. At this point, the ball had about 5,000 miles on it. I checked with Andersen said it was normal. Andrew
  4. Mossey, I have looked at that and thought it was a good option but I couldn't find it in white. We want to maintain the full view out the window when open. Andrew
  5. I was hoping someone has come up with a solution like Lance is using. They have attached a roller shade to the inside of the screen door. I contacted Lance about purchasing the parts from them but the two sizes they use are wider than the screen door on the Oliver.
  6. We often want to be able to look out our door window, as it is the tallest window in the trailer and would be the easiest to look out of while standing. (I'm 6'5") After wishing for a clear window on the door for some time, I decided to trade it out for a smoked see through window. The glass was ordered through the LCI, the OEM of our windows. ($44.95 for the tempered glass and $20.95 for the 16 very overpriced "window keys" require to remove the interior window frame.) The installation was simple and we think the mod is great. We love that we can now see out the window and use it all of the time. I am reaching out to share the mod for anyone who may be interested and ask for ideas for a innovative window treatment that easily found on the internet. Thank you for any ideas you may have! Andrew
  7. I use a LockNLube and it works well but I need to remove the tires to get to all of the zerks.
  8. Mark, We have had no problems with our heater. We have camped in the desert and at as high as 8,700 feet without problem. Andrew
  9. Topgun2, Can you leave the cover on the AC while you travel? Andrew
  10. Thanks for the idea. I haven’t come up with any good ideas. Please let me know what you come up with when you get your trailer. Andrew
  11. Do you have a particular recommendation? Thanks, Andrew
  12. This what Oliver told me they use. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005IU1OCK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Mystik 665005002080 Red Andrew
  13. Janis, I don't want to say Oliver is wrong but, unless the inverter is an inverter/charger, or they are installing something completely new, you will need to change the charger/converter. I am not aware of Progressive Dynamics making a converter/charger that is adjustable. It is either set up to charge wet cell/AGM batteries or lithium batteries and their charging profiles are completely different. When Oliver is referring to the "charger", they may mean the Zamp solar controller. It is a charger and it can be set to lithium. If you aren't sure, I would suggest calling the experts at Battle Born. Andrew
  14. Janis, the converter/charger is on the left side of the power panel and is removed by removing the power panel cover, one screw and five wires. The install of the new converter/charger is just the opposite. As for the battery monitor. My installation required two crimp on wire lugs, a small piece of PVC foam board and some epoxy glue. The only drilling into the fiberglass was the hole for the monitor. The Victron battery monitor can be connected to a cell phone via Bluetooth and the Victron Connect app. If you prefer to monitor your batteries from the app, the monitor can be installed out of sight and not require any hole to be drilled. Andrew
  15. I don't know if this helps, but all you have to do is subtract the radius of 16.25" from the length and width and I think you have the measurements you are looking for. In other words, the radius starts 16.25" from each of the two corners where the radius cut is made.
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