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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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  1. Dennis, Welcome to the Ollie Family and Greetings from Western ND. Bryan
  2. SherMica, On your pick-up day, ask whoever gives you your walk thru if you can use their parking lot after your orientation to Maneuver, Backup, Make Turns, just to get a feel on how your entire package handles, especially stopping. Maybe ask them for a "Backing up lesson...with you as driver", just make sure your copilot is okay with a stranger in the cab with you... If you have never towed anything before, just take your time when you drive (i.e. no DRIVING FASTER than you can react) have your eyes sweep Straight ahead, Left & Right. And if no Topper on the TV, then you can
  3. At 6'7" I resemble that remark, and we Love our LEII and all that it has to offer us.
  4. Fran, What did you use to Paint & Lubricate all the metal arm parts? And what is 303?"
  5. Alexandra & Benjamin, Welcome to the Forum & Family and Greetings from Arnegard, ND. Sny Sd Up (Hull#665) is in a Quonset for the winter (WHAT WINTER... 20's-40's & NO SNOW...) and we are plotting our routes for this New Year. Bryan
  6. Dawn and Warren, Congrats on purchasing an OLIVER. As a new owner Hull 665 (9/2020), I would strongly recommend that you take a relaxing drive to the Oliver Factory in Hohenwald, TN, go through the New Owner Orientation, Take Notes & Ask Questions, and then hook it up and spend 2-3 nights at DCSP (David Crockett State Park). Whilst at DCSP, if you have any issues, you can try to resolve yourself by reading (all the) Manuals that come with your New Ollie. Alternatively, call the factory and they will discuss your issue and walk you thru a resolution. We had a couple of issues
  7. John, "You need a multimeter" Any suggestions, first for Oliver applications, then if I must... Household applications.
  8. John, That is SO COOL, When he is able to detail the interior... we want one.
  9. John, i did not see if you had "Mud Flaps" on your TV, i did see pictures of your "Rock Catcher", does it also significantly catch TV Rear Wheel Water Kick up???
  10. We learned SO MUCH just by attending the U of O while awaiting our trip to the factory. I still go back and review the info, even now that we have the Manuals.
  11. I do not remember if it was the Heater/AC or HW Heater, but one was not working when at DCNP. So I got to impress Wifey with my problem solving abilities, after her insistence and threatening me with "she was going to do it herself". I mean I was on Vacation after all... Some of the Fuses have a lip or ledge on the end with the rating #, so a fuse puller will grab/pull them quite easily. Some of them are smooth or a straight bevel from the "Fuse Blades" back to rating #, so a "Needle Nose Pliers" works best. Hint, use rubber coated N-N Pliers; it works on both... I did kill
  12. Mike and Yasuko, Greetings from North Dakota, OLE II # 665 "SNY SD UP". At 6'7" I too have a long stride, so if you have a Height related question inside the Ollie, let me know. Bryan & Maggie,
  13. To the Forum, I have seen a number of Products mentioned, so I was wondering what do you ('all) carry with you when out on the Road and at Home when doing Routine Maintenance & Repair. If you have any tools you have discovered to apply new or remove old, I would like you to mention those too. Especially interested what you might use to adhere to the inside/outside of the Glas surfaces. Regards, Bryan & Maggie,
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