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Dave judge

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  1. On 12/30/2020 at 8:15 AM, MontanaOliver said:

    I pull the wheels, clean/inspect /lube everything  on the running gear, in late fall before putting Ollie in storage. Like noted, accessing the zerks and manipulation of a manual grease gun can be a challenge. I have over 60 zerks needing grease, some more often than others thus I convinced myself to purchase another power tool. My tractor alone has 21 grease points and they get lubed every 10 hours of use; 6-8 times during snow plow season. The cordless grease gun gets lots of use.

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    👍 now you just need the impact to match your battery. 

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  2. 10 hours ago, The Shackelfords said:

    We could not decide either, so we basically got everything on the options list just in case. Honestly though we have yet to utilize a single one...........because we have not picked our trailer up yet haha. Seriously though, we bounced back and forth several times on the solar upgrades, but at the end of the day tax credits will help offset some of that extra cost. We figured even if we don't boondock most of the time, we wanted to keep our options open.  I'm not sure how true this is, but they told us during the factory tour that they glass the fasteners into the structure if you order solar from the factory vs an install afterwards. That was enough to make our decision.  

    Your right. You never know what tomorrow brings . 

  3. Hi everyone 

    We just put our deposit down for our Ollie!

    Sleepless nights of what we should put on or not for options. We are not boondocking, getting the twin bed floor plan.  Our question is, what options did you get. but never used, and wished you got something else. My husband and I keep going back and forth

    Thanks 

    Cheri 

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  4. We live in rural Iowa, where we have the occasional mouse and Asian Beatles, the campers we've had in the past, the critters seem to always get in.

    How does the Oliver do keeping them out?

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