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Nan

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My RV or Travel Trailer

  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2017
  • Model
    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Twin Bed Floor Plan
  • Hull #
    267

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  1. OK, I have reported this. John Davies, I do not know how to do a screen cap, so please tell me how. Thanks
  2. Sorry..hull #267. And yes, the pictures in the ad look just like my camper.
  3. Ok, I just called "Jeanette" at R V Trader and she verified the for sale ad. She advised me to file a claim with Fraud@Traderonline.com. I will do that shortly. I told her this was a scam because: #1 no one had hull #279 but me and #2 there is no way someone will buy an Oliver for $22,000. Thanks everyone.
  4. Lauri, I have all of the "normal" things for theft in place. Cameras with speakers, motion detector flood lights, hitch lock. But, and I think the most important, I have full insurance coverage. The camper is about 2 blocks away from my house (Homeowners rules), but I could be there in a couple of minutes.
  5. I just had someone e-mail me about selling my Oliver. He saw my hull number with a price of $22,000 on RV Trader. It is located in North Dakota. Never been to ND. How do I have this erased? Thanks, Nan in Georgia
  6. TexasGuy - I have white counter tops and love them. I also have a composting toilet and am very happy with it. Solar is the same way..love it.
  7. Thanks Mike! I already have the mattress and the covers up. I drained the water out of the trailer a couple of weeks ago and pulled the rod out of the hot water heater. It just never stays really cold in Savannah for long so I have never winterized the camper. I do have power to the camper, but have always left the refrigerator off. I will turn it on today. Maybe after this knee replacement surgery I will FINALLY be able to go camping!!
  8. Question: It is going to be 25 degrees tonight and tomorrow night, but warming up to the 40's both days. Do I need to winterize the Oliver? Will just running a small heater be OK? Thanks everyone and Merry Christmas! Nan
  9. I believe I read that when the crank gets hard to turn it is time to empty the composting toilet.
  10. John, I believe this is all about my camper, hull #267. While I have not been able to camp many times since I bought it, I was able to travel to Washington, DC and camped 3 nights both ways. I believe all of the fiberglass may have worked its self out of the ducks, because I found none in the cabin during the trip.
  11. That other owner would be me!!! Yep, never driven a truck or pulled a trailer of any kind. Also haven't camped in at least 50 years. But, I love my Oliver (hull #267). Bought it used from two ladies that brought it to me. It was a beauty, oh and it still is. Still figuring things out but it is getting easier. This forum has helped me out so many time it is unreal! Also have been to Steve and Tali's house for installation of the slide in the Tundra and by the way, I bought the Tundra from and Oliver owner I met at the rally last year. This is just one big happy family!!! LOL. And I enjo
  12. I believe that is why the original owners sold their Oliver to me. She was highly allergic to the fiberglass dust.
  13. Jason told me Oliver is not going to use the 2020 brand next year. He did not tell me what company they were going to use.
  14. Oh and yes, the last owner did replace the Air Conditioner and the Heater. I have the paperwork. Since I had not used the ac, I did not know about the drain hole. And the heater did not work because the mother board was burned up because the thermostat was telling it to stay on all of the time..That is what the traveling camper repairman told me. Who knows?
  15. Thanks. I just came back from the camper so had not read your last post. I tried to pull the drain hose out with needle nose pliers and it will not budge. From the looks of all of the black mold around the drain hose opening I believe it has been stuck up in the Oliver for some time. Right next to the hole there is another hole that is the same size, but it has a piece of cover over 1/2 of it. What is that for? Next trip I will look in the basement and take it from there. Thanks again.
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