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Hokieman

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  • Gender or Couple
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  • Location
    At home in Florida

My RV or Travel Trailer

  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2019
  • Make
    Oliver
  • Model
    Legacy Elite
  • Floor Plan
    Standard Floor Plan
  • Hull #
    431

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  1. Mark, I loaded it up and measured with truck bed empty but full tank of gas. Trailer was empty. I measured 22.5” from ground to top of ball. It looked level but I did not have my level with me to confirm. There are several threads on this, you might start at link below. This has a reference to Oliver spec being 22.5”. When I get a chance to get it all loaded up and trip ready, I’ll repeat the process. Hokieman
  2. Hi Mark, My wife and I have an Elite I, bought it in March 2020. Haven’t used it yet, waiting for the green light. I did tow it several hundred miles to get it to my home, it towed very easily, and level. Stock Bulldog hitch, no Andersen option. I did not measure the tongue weight, because I have not loaded it up yet with supplies. I think I have the same truck you do, 2019 model model, stock wheels and tires, tow package, stock electric brake controller. I used a Reese Towpower S/S draw bar with 2” drop that kept it very level, both truck and trailer empty. Sag was not even noticeable. I’ll put the Reeses drawbar in the receiver and measure from ground to top of ball with the truck bed empty. I’ll let you know, this should get you in the ballpark. I also have a new adjustable Weighsafe drawbar that I have not used yet, I plan to use that one from now on. Once I get the truck and trailer loaded, I’ll give you a much better answer. Mike Sent from my iPad
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