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GraniteStaters last won the day on July 21 2020

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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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  1. We have the KTT twin mattresses and like them. Yes, they are heavy! Paula
  2. We were traveling with our Norcold 4.5 refrigerator on Auto. We had the LP off and were running on DC. We check this too by pressing the mode button and the LED illuminates showing DC. When we got to the campground where we don’t have shore power we turned on the LP. I checked the stove at some point and turned on the Truma outside and the at the remote inside. After a few hours I happen to check the VictronConnect Smart Battery Shunt numbers using my iPhone and Bluetooth and discovered extraordinary draw. I immediately checked the refrigerator by pressing the mode button and confirmed i
  3. I butt spliced my antenna when I broke the original clearing snow but when we get back from our current trip, I will be terminating the original cable in with SMA male and female to allow easy replacement down the line. I bought an an antenna with higher gain to hopefully improve performance when signals are there weakest. I may also add an internal antenna where we use our phones the most too. Leaving the original in its current location above the dinette.
  4. Kathie, I have run my A/C with the Ez-Start option using my Honda EU2000i so I wouldn’t expect you to have a problem either if you have the Ex-Start capacitor
  5. I purchase a kit for my Weber that allows me to connect to the Oliver QC and just bought an adapter for my Camp Chef Ranger II. Saved the eliminated regulators for the owners of the two propane appliances. Now connecting to my Champion dual fuel was more elaborate and required a special regulator to allow the carburetor to pull propane as required. I added some QC connectors to facilitate storage, but the total cost me about $150 including spare regulator for using on a propane tank at home.
  6. I have used a 5 gallon poly gas can for grey water occasionally and use it for our LEII when we were generating too much grey water before we can dump at the dump station. I attached the hose adapter to the end of the sewer hose and dedicated a hose to use. This worked well, but I ran into some vacuum issues so I recently used a y adapter and added an air vent hose that I can elevate an open and speed the entire process. We use this when we can drain completely or have an extended stay. I dedicate the gear for this purpose and store in the bumper.
  7. Just a quick note to anyone who builds one of these, don’t forget to winterize with RV antifreeze. We had some pretty cool weather forecast for our current trip on March 21st so we after we sanitized our water tanks and plumbing, we winterized our LEII and I used the transfer pump to winterize itself. David
  8. Not sure if it is NE enough but we stayed at Douthat State Park in VA . Great hiking, more than one campground area. We didn't see as much of it as we wanted, it is on our list to return to. Paula
  9. Welcome from #509 in NH. We love TN state parks and your state is beautiful. Paula
  10. peanut butter sandwich Paula
  11. I have completed most of my version of the transfer pump. Will receive Zamp outlet, Zamp extension cord, and inline fuse to finish the install early next week.
  12. I bought my case today and have most of what I need to build the case except for the Zamp adapter. I have a toggle switch that I will install already. I will need to get some barbed hose adapters to connect to the PEX piping that I will use. I already had the spare pump. I want to be able to remove it easily should I have a failure of the one installed in the Oliver basement curbside.
  13. We use sheets and quilts, with wool blankets on top when it is really cold. I don't like the constricted feeling of a sleeping bag or the nylon against my skin. David would probably be happy either way. We have the Elite 2, twin bed model, with the beds made up during the day with the quilts and matching shams on big bed pillows it looks nice and gives us a comfy place to relax. Paula
  14. I purchased Tuson TPMS and had them installed in my Oliver Tires before we headed out last February. It works very nice. The display shows Tire pressure and temperature. The TPMS are installed in the tire and replaces the existing stem. The TPMS is only activated after the trailer starts moving and there is a delay before shutting down. Batteries are integrated into the TPMS, so the entire unit will need to be replaced after about 5 years. David
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