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Jps190

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    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
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    2021
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    Oliver
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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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    887

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  1. I understand why (money) plastic fittings are used but it couldn’t coast more than an extra $30 to do it correctly and use brass fittings. At this price I would expect the best materials to be used during manufacturing. John
  2. What is the current firmware version. john
  3. Does anyone with a newer Trailer know if Oliver has switched over to brass PEX fittings or are they still using the plastic ones? I'm starting to assemble a repair kit and if they are brass they probably aren't going to break. Thanks John
  4. What was the final outcome of this incident? John
  5. Thanks topgun. Forgot I had to take into account that the ball is 3 inches high. 😁
  6. Pickup time is fast approaching and I need to get a hitch for the Ollie. The service department is going to swap to the 2 5/16 coupler. I am towing with a 2021 GMC 2500 AT4. Unloaded is 23 inches to the top of the receiver. I put 550 lbs worth of people on the tailgate the other day and it dropped a hair over and inch. I would prefer to not get an adjustable hitch to avoid any rattling and the Ollie is really all that I will tow. I am thinking a receiver with a 2 inch rise would put me in the ballpark after adding gear and extras to the truckbed. What do the experts out there think? Thanks, John
  7. Awesome. Keep us posted. John
  8. Hey Mike, Could you post the checklist you created of problems to look for. Thanks, John
  9. That sounds like a really good price considering Oliver charges $11000 for just those batteries and the 3000 watt inverter. What was the individual cost for the batteries? I have a delivery date in Nov and was considering the lithium pro package. I was originally just going to do it myself since I was not thrilled with the Lifeblue batteries. I now understand that Oliver is exclusively installing Lithonics with I assume I will get at the 2021 model price of $8999 which is a pretty good deal when those batteries are included. I would like the larger batteries that you have installed but the factory price is quite a bit high for what you get compared to the lithium pro package. Do I understand correctly that you purchased the batteries and other equipment from Oliver since lithonics doesn't sell to consumers? As a side topic has anyone replaced the generic lock on the battery tray with something a little more secure? Having thousands of dollars worth of batteries with a generic lock leaves me a little apprehensive. John
  10. https://www.homedepot.com/p/TruFuel-50-1-Pre-Oil-Mix-6525606/205913129? I have a relatively small yard and have always used this. It is a little more expensive but I use less than 2 gallons per season so it is worth it. Never had an issue starting any trimmer or blower. (obviously not for a 4 cycle generator)
  11. It does sound nice to have all that power but like John said it is really unbalanced. Rough math says it would take around 26-30 hours to charge from zero with 340 watts. You can only use as much energy as your panels provide or you will eventually end up empty.... John
  12. Not Sure about the Elite I but I confirmed today that all Elite II trailers that select lithium are have the Lithonics installed. I guess Lifeblue is no longer being used. John
  13. Can anyone confirm if Oliver is installing the Newer Xantrex remote? New one is the top photo. John
  14. Thanks for the pic! John
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