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  1. Thanks Bill and all. I did it yesterday and it was super simple. Different from the video at the top in that the zerk were on the outside vs facing inside (which seems like it might have been much simpler). I had 8 per side -- 2 on the top of where the Dexter attaches. Those were angled zerks, so they were pretty easy too. I did pull the wheels off for ease of getting to the zerks. Now that I know what I'm doing, I may try it without removing the wheels next time. All told, probably a half hour and next time it'll be quicker - unless I forget everything I learned this time (and that's
  2. I'm greasing mine tomorrow for the first time. I've got an angled tip for the grease gun. Can anyone tell me how many zerks on a 2017 LEII? Also, any tips beyond what's already mentioned above are welcome. Thanks!
  3. Thank you. That seemed to do it. Still not pumping in like the others but I got some in. Really appreciate it!
  4. I just got home to Colorado from a month in sunny Arizona. I've got EVERYTHING done to put it back in storage where it will be subject to freezing temps. BUT, I can't get any pink anti-freeze to go into the City Water spigot. Fresh water inlet, water pump inlet, black tank flush inlet all take the pink but it feels like the City Water may have already frozen as I traveled home. It's going to drop temps to freezing and below in the next few hours. I checked behind the washer/screen. All clear. No ice inside the fixture for the inch or so I can check. Thot about running a ext
  5. Hi. Hull #297, 2017 LEII. This may well be operator error, but sometimes when I turn on the furnace i get just the furnace. Nice! But other times when I turn on the furnace, I get the furnace as well as the A/C. When the A/C comes on, it blows cold. This particular trip, I had used the furnace exclusively with good results. Then the other day, I ran the A/C in the afternoon. The next morning, I believe is when turning on the furnace also started up the A/C. Note: I do see that when selecting heat on the thermostat, I can chose 'heatstrip' or 'furnace' and am specifically choos
  6. As of this morning, the $899 price has returned to the normal $949.
  7. Just saw this... https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XX197GJ/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_8?smid=A176A93HEI2X0X&psc=1 Hadn't seen the price drop from $950 for quite some time. Get 'em while they're hot!
  8. Do you have a source for the orange retainers? (Asking for a friend!!)
  9. I've been continuing to think about how to best bring along my mountain bike on my camping travels. There have been some pretty elegant solutions here on the forum. I got to thinking about the bike rack I used with my Wrangler pretty successfully in the past. Yesterday I pulled off the spare tire cover to investigate. Looks to me like it could be done. Simple - maybe not as much as I'd hoped, but I'd love to hear your thoughts. I'd need to fabricate a spacer to place between the wheel and the mount in order to push the spare about an inch rearward. Doing so would then allow th
  10. Yep - AndrewK above helped me immensely! I was quoted $3300 by Oliver to add solar to my 2017 new-to-me LEII. Ended up buying 2 Zamp panels with wiring and a 3-port roof cap (all same as Oliver uses) from a Zamp vendor, mounting kit from Amazon (same as Oliver uses) an a Victron SmartSolar MPPT 100/30 controller from Amazon. Ended up need some miscellaneous connectors but all in, I was around $1700 if memory serves. If you trailer is preconfigured for solar (and I understand most if not all are -- but check!) it is relatively easy. I spent a couple of sunny afternoons doing the inst
  11. Great info in this thread. Thanks all! Anyone have any thoughts re: I like to use my Weber Q1200 and my CampChef Fire pit at home AND when I'm camping with the Ollie. Looks like the fire pit could be just a matter of swapping out the hoses each time from the original that has the regulator on the bottle end to a quick connect hose. The Weber, having the regulator at the stove end... Would love to hear thots of anyone who's done this. Thanks in advance. I should have read Patriot's post above. The video shows exactly how to set up the Weber Q for both uses. Thanks!
  12. SteveC - great thing about this project is it's cheap and pretty easy with a high return. Amazon has tons of choices of stick on tiles too. Go for it! Post some pics if you do it. 🙂
  13. Hi Moots and welcome. I looked at Bigfoot. There were things I liked and things I didn't. The list of things I didn't was much, much shorter on the Oliver. Ended up getting a 2017 LEII used last fall. Only used it a little before COVID, but am very happy. I'm down in Monument and would be very happy to show mine to you most anytime. Feel free to message me if you'd like to set up a time.
  14. Hi all -- hope you are all safe and as gainfully employed as you want to be. I'd been toying with adding some stick-on tiles as a backsplash to both kitchen and bathroom areas. Finally saw a couple of different applications in an Oliver and decided I'd give it a go. Ordered these: https://smile.amazon.com/LONGKING-Backsplash-Stickers-Talavera-Mexican/dp/B07DR8F44K/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Peel+and+Stick+Backsplash+Tile+Stickers%2C+Gray+Talavera+Mexican+Tiles&qid=1588613058&s=home-garden&sr=1-1 --- then $30 and since I can't be out camping, decided to at least work in
  15. I got so busy finishing my project before trying to see some spring training baseball early in the month that I neglected to post my pics. Thanks Overland and ALL for the suggestions. I initially fabricated a bigger table top but it was bigger than I needed and the finish didn't come out as hoped, so ended up buying a workbench top from Home Depot. I was able to use it on my 13 day trip from home in Colorado to Mesa, AZ and back. Very happy with the results. Since it is just me in the trailer, the size works. If there were 2, perhaps a bit to small. PS - saw spring training game Tue
  16. Will do. It's been around a while and there are reviews on Amazon, and perhaps etrailer. Some YouTube vids as well.
  17. Looks a lot like Haul Gauge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUORyaTjXIk A fair amount of reviews available on it. I got one but haven't used it yet.
  18. Thanks for sharing this. Do you have any additional input after a year and a half with the unit? Looking at some of the reviews online, I'm seeing generally good, but more than a fair number of early failures. What has been your experience?
  19. Thanks Bill. Don't imagine it makes a difference, but I'm on a MacBook. This is the bottom of the edit profile page as it appears to me: Do you want to participate in the Referral Program? Yes, I want to show my Oliver No, I do not want to show my Oliver Only Oliver Owners may participate in the Referral Program. Enable Real-time GPS Tracking from Mobile Device Yes, Enable GPS Tracking from Mobile Device No, Do Not Enable
  20. Hi. My name is Chuck and I just picked up hull #297 on Thursday in Panama City, FL. Immediately pulled it up to Augusta, GA where I'm visiting my grandson and GDIL (that's grand daughter-in-love). Tomorrow I'll head towards Shreveport and then Allen, Texas for Thanksgiving with my Dad, sister and her family. My profile contains more of my story, but I'm looking forward to lots of great trips, learning a lot, sharing my experiences and meeting other Oliver owners. I'm currently camping at a Boondockers Welcome site in Augusta. Host has been great and I'm only 15 minutes from the kids.
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