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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2020
  • Make
    Oliver
  • Model
    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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    640

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  1. Yes, we have the one-piece cast iron grate. Our Oliver manual calls it the D21. The new grommet works with the hole and grate, same way as the original.
  2. One of the small rubber feet supporting our Dometic D21 Drop-in Cooktop Grill needed replacing. I found an option online that works. It's not the exact size/design as the original, but it does the trick. Actually feels like a more durable rubber compared to the original. https://www.rubberfeetwarehouse.com/products/5-32-inside-diameter-rubber-grommet-fits-1-4-holes
  3. @mlb3820 Do you have the instructions for this mod posted online anymore? Do you still use the same setup?
  4. Can anyone recommend a good grease gun for lubricating the Dexter EZ Flex zerk fittings? I started out with a mini grease gun from Harbor Freight, thinking it would be easier to store when traveling. That part was true, but it was also messy and I had a hard time actually getting grease into the fittings. I'm a newbie, so maybe it's all user error, but I'm hoping a higher quality grease gun will solve my issues. I'm considering purchasing the LockNLube from Tractor Supply. https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/locknlube-heavy-duty-lever-grease-gun-kit-(green)-lnl151-1600324# Any thou
  5. We started with a small-ish Tenergy unit that doubles as a HEPA air purifier. https://life.tenergy.com/sorbi-1000ml-air-dehumidifier-and-air-purifier/ It does a great job removing food smells and air pollution, so we continue to travel with it. Unfortunately, the dehumidifier was too slow for a wet climate, so we also purchased the GE model. It's effective, but heavy and bulky as you said, so I'll be curious if you find something more suitable.
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