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    Legacy Elite II
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  1. They are the delivery units for the week. Pix was on a Monday. We saw 4 delivered in the 2 days we were there.
  2. Yes they are. The camping spots are very level with crushed gravel topping.
  3. Same here, 3 10' sections. Worst case was in a Campground in West Yellowstone. They had the site setup for midship dump for a 40' motor home. They also had a dump station as a backup...but the 3 sections of hose were perfect, and they fit in the rear bumper.
  4. West Glacier KOA is a wonderful campground and only 6 miles from the Entry Portal to Glacier.
  5. John, I have a Sureline Tongue Wt. Scale. e-trailer had a really nice scale for tongue wt. that is much easier to use. https://www.etrailer.com/Tools/etrailer/e99044.html
  6. Christi, Our 2019 had a prowatt 2000, with a separate auto transfer switch, and a pd4000 load center with battery charger. When we upgraded to lithium’s we had to swap out the separate inverter and pd4000 charger for an integrated xc2000. The full story is here: https://4-ever-hitched.com/ggs-1 blog/f/lithium-battery-upgrade In 2021 Oliver switch completely to combo inverter/chargers from Xantrex which also caused them to drop the PD4000 load center and start using a pair of static panels, one for ac breakers and one for dc fuses. Both are mounts below the rear dinette seat where the pd4000 load center used to be installed.
  7. See our blog for a video showing the install on the Oliver. https://4-ever-hitched.com/ggs-blog/f/new-shoes-for-galway-girls-feet Craig
  8. For all kinds of Oliver sized cookware and other items Oliver Users have gathered...check out the Oliver Trailer Outfitters Guide on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2mAAgPO The pans we use in the convection oven are on that list (about half way down the list) The Nordic Wear line makes special sized pans for toaster oven's and compact convection ovens. Here's one of the compact baking sheets we use. Craig
  9. As to the batteries in your last line above about Lithium vs. AGM: Here's a link to an article I wrote on my conversion from 4 AGM's to Lithium. https://4-ever-hitched.com/ggs-blog/f/lithium-battery-upgrade At the end of the article I provide an update data I've gathered...and an estimate on how long our Lithiums run in not sunny (PNW) weather...and another estimate how much longer a Platinum Pro might run (630AH) vs. the Lithium Pro package (390AH) in those boon-docking conditions.
  10. Ours did that, an we asked for the camera manufacturer for an exchange assembly. They sent us a new camera, we sent back the old. (Ours was inside warranty). CS
  11. I had a link sent to me from Truma to their AC announcement. (Guess I'm on a mailing list.) Link to Truma AC page: https://go.truma.net/aventaThe graph (down below) is of current consumptions and makes it look like it's much quieter than the competitors at first glance...but what's being graphed is Current. Sound levels are in the notes for each portion of the graph. Looking only at noise levels vs. fans speed you would see this chart. They didn't state which competitor they are comparing to... Just passing along what I found. Craig
  12. We have a Twin bed EII with KTT Mattresses. Here's the idea we implemented for use of the twins as couches. We added 6 new cushions (3 on each side) with a firmer density foam acquired at a local foam shop. The shop had references for local boat upholstery folks...and we had one of them make up the cushions. 6 - Daybed rectangular back cushions - 25” W x 11”H x 4” Thick Those dimensions just tuck under the window frames snugly. Here's a picture of the end result. We wanted 3 on each side so we could lean against them when watching TV. If we aren't using them when we sleep they stack up nicely on the dinette seats over night. We've actually found the side cushions useful when sleeping. They give us back support if we turn our back to the cushions, and also are extra insulation in cold weather.
  13. MB Sturgis sells a kit with all the parts and a video of the retrofit for the Q series is here:
  14. FYI - Found this attachment for Lithionics specific storage procedure for the batteries now being sold with Oliver's. It's attached as a PDF bud also at the bottom of this Service Article page: Path: https://support.olivertraveltrailers.com/portal/en/kb/articles/lithionics-battery Lithionics Storage_Procedure_Rev_03.pdf CS
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