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DCdude

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My Info

  • Gender or Couple
    Couple
  • Location
    Burns, TN

My RV or Travel Trailer

  • 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
  • Hull #
    686

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  1. Is it browser related? I use Chrome on an iPad and have not had that problem. However, when I use the “Unread Content” button, I see everything before June 21st. Tomorrow, it will be June 22nd and so forth.
  2. As shown earlier, I went with the Yakima rack over my Decked system. Leitner is even more versatile and should be easier to get accessories. It’s a better rack! On edit: To be clear, Yakima is well built. The problem is figuring out which systems are compatible within the brand then getting the parts. So, Leitner at minimum is a better rack system as well as a better rack, too.
  3. I would write “or compressor refrigerator?” but then this post would head off in a much different direction and it would soon be about tow vehicle size!😂
  4. I talked with the sales staff yesterday about my delivery date and this was mentioned. They said this was one of the most requested items. But, I agree with you; it’s not for me.
  5. Sorry about the rotation. This system works for me. It supports 3 different functions so the content of the Decked system can be changed out in just a few minutes. I’ve had camper shells and tonneau covers but this is far easier for me to use and organize and most importantly, access! The Rotopax jugs aren’t in this picture because the Yakima mounts have been unavailable for months. I can remove the rack in just a few minutes and park a 4 wheeler on top. I have 2 Hobie Outback kayaks that can fit on top of the rack which was a priority while pulling the Oliver. Also, we
  6. Permethrin spray used according to the label has been effective for me for the last 30 years. I’m in the field every week of the year 1 to 4 days. This means spraying your clothing and boots before you put them on and letting them dry. I’m diligent in the spring (starting Feb 1st) and summer and I think there is enough residual to carry it to the fall. For skin application, I’ve had good results from picaridin sprays. I doubt it’s any better for you than deet, just less researched! As Sherry mentioned, a single bite does not mean you have one of the many diseases they carry, but ALW
  7. I have the Decked drawer system and love it. It is waterproof and I never am crawling/reaching for anything in the bed. Everything stays locked up and organized. For larger items, I have a Yakima rack where I can cable lock the generator on top of the Decked drawers, carry kayaks and, 2 - 4 extra gallons of gas in Rotopax cans.
  8. And then check again next week because there will be something else new🙂
  9. I can’t speak to your questions with any authority as my EII is being built now. However, we have been going through the decision making process for over 12 years, anticipating 2020 as the year for us to purchase. We’ve toured multiple factories, visited at least 40 dealerships and researched specs for everything from A’s, C’s and B’s. We were constantly stopping and going back over our criteria and finally focused on 3 class C models. While at a dealership last fall, my wife randomly walked into an AS. Once again we shifted our thought process to add the possibility of a towable. Just b
  10. We switched slots to assure parts availability for the new lithium package. Our new build date is 9/21 with a pickup of 11/11. We had to turn in our final options 2 or 3 weeks ago. I get the feeling we are within the last three or so ‘20 models. Everything after that will be ‘21s.
  11. Thanks for that insight. My wife an I were literally Just talking about these and I logged in to find a picture . . . I think for the price I can do better!
  12. https://www.google.com/search?q=dirt+dauber&rlz=1C9BKJA_enUS707US708&oq=dirt+dob&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l5.7171j0j7&hl=en-US&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8 Well, feel good that your spider populations are under control! They will pack the water discharge hole on my outward motor at least twice a summer.
  13. Welcome, we have a Nov 11 date so if you are staying at Davy Crockett, we may see you there. And, an advanced welcome to Tennessee!
  14. Nary a rattle from mine. Very tight and well made.
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