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Patriot last won the day on February 26

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    Blueberry Hill

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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. Awesome!! What a great trip planned. Wishing you safe travels and miles of smiles! πŸ‘πŸ»
  2. What a great topic and yes! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» We are chomping at the bit as they say in the equestrian world ready to go. We are already watching temps and ready to de-winterize Ollie. I am planning on replacing our Ollies rubber valve stems with (5) steel stems I ordered from etrailer. I also plan to replace and install the black window seals and clean window track as needed. Other than normal maintenance and visually inspecting our Ollies caulking and a full systems check, everything is a go, and we are ready! Happy Camping Season!
  3. A big thank you to Topgun2 aka Bill for his recommendation/suggestion on this modificationπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ». The install is fairly easy. The holder is metal and is fairly stout and can be purchased on Amazon. I happen to have some left over pieces of 8mil paint protection in my shop so I installed 4X4” pieces just below the holder to eliminate any keys scratching the gelcoat. We will likely only hang our keys or fobs there while camped and not while under way. A few photos of the product and the install. Thanks again Bill now our key fobs finally have a home. Not that I have ever forgotten where I put m
  4. Sometimes it’s better to just keep right on scrolling. πŸ˜‰
  5. Yes, not easily replicated for sure. πŸ‘πŸ»
  6. After a rather lengthy scouring of the internet and Ford forums I found a small business in Kansas that makes custom locking diesel fuel caps crafted out of billet aluminum. They make them for 2500 Rams as well. I called the phone number on the fuel cap I saw on a members post in a Ford forum and placed my order for a cap and two keys. This company is small and do not advertise on line. They take over the phone orders only or at least they did for me. I am not that concerned about someone stealing diesel fuel, rather the random act of vandalism of fuel contamination which will destroy mos
  7. Love, love our microwave convection oven, I could not even imagine buying a new or used Ollie without one, not to mention the value it will bring at resale. Of course most options can be added by Oliver Service after the fact, but it’s costly. Just another view point.
  8. I prefer shaken ice cubes in my tank...not stirred!! 🀣
  9. We have not had any issues with emptying either of the tanks. As others have mentioned Ollie nose up and always black first and then gray for the soapy rinse. I don’t see a problem and really like the simplicity of the tank discharge design.
  10. My thought is IF I were interested in this, I would likely wait a year just to see how this set up works out. And I would do a much deeper dive spending some time on the Ford 150 forums to get owners thoughts and feedback that have really used this generator before ordering this option.
  11. Fritz, thank you. If you have any questions later on just shoot me a PM, glad to help.πŸ‘πŸ»
  12. Long install post- I decided it was a gorgeous sunny North Carolina day and just a good day to install the new tinted glass and blind I ordered from Zarcor. I made this a stand alone post as this window install was a bit different from other installs I have read about here. It appears the Lippert now uses a sealant on the exterior window frame which adheres the frame to the door frame opening. They also use a similar sealant on the interior of the exterior frame, which holds the glass FIRMLY in place inside the window. I could not remove the old opaque glass from the old frame. I decided sin
  13. Ray, my local discount tire shop will perform the wheel balancing as mentioned in my earlier post for $10.00 a tire. I find it easier to just take Ollie to the tire store, point out where the lift/jack locations are and have it done right there. They hand torque lugs on every wheel they install to wheel or factory specifications. I will likely purchase their insurance plan which allows mounting and balancing for the life of the tire (at any time) and full replacement if they cannot fix the tire if it goes flat. The plan allows for replacement of the tire with no prorate on mileage. I have alwa
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