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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPT_-4rBDbo Hello and welcome to the family. My wife and I are hull 836 and we also live in the Vancouver Washington area. We also have had some problems with propane systems faulting. I finally decided to put a fresh bottle on that I purchased here in Vancouver and after bleeding the lines and getting the new gas through the system we have not had any more problems. Fingers crossed. I never would have guessed that it was bad gas but so far it does seem to have been. I attached a link at the top of this of a video that Jason the service manager put out on the Anderson hitch. He does a great job of showing the best method to get the hitch on and off without ever touching the Anderson tensioning adjustments. I have used it without fail now on 12 hitch and unhitch cycles. Works great. mike
  2. Greetings from Washington state! Sorry to hear you are having trouble with the Weber. We picked up hull 836 on June 21st. We purchased a Weber Q2200 for the trip home and I purchased the below conversion kit and a 12’ hose which sounds about like what you did. The grill seems to work pretty much as I would have expected. It does sound like a low pressure problem you are having. Are your fittings installed like the picture below. The fittings replace the regulator. MENSI 1/8'' FNPT x 1/4'' Male Quick Connect Plug Propane Quick Disconnect Conversion Kit Adapter for Weber Q 100
  3. Yes we used the stove with absolutely no issue. It worked great.
  4. We just got home after a 2400 mile trek with Hull 836. We too had the same issue with the Norcold Fridge faulting (in manual) on propane while we were driving, two times. Both times the weather was from ideal and windy. Note, the fridge worked fine on propane while we were stationary. When we were sitting out the third night (it was windy) we could hear the Suburban hot water tank flicker and keep lighting on and then going off. Yesterday my husband checked the propane valve and it was only open 1/4 turn. We haven’t vetted out yet whether the supply propane is set too low. It has been a blur coming home to 115F and trying to save all of our plants on our small farm. We will update soon with what we find. Pam from the VERY Hot PNW
  5. Hi Clare - we are from Washington State and will be picking up our LE2 on June 21 too! We will see you there! pam
  6. Thank you ShallowGal! I downloaded and started Beartown last night! Pam
  7. Boys in the boat is a great non-fiction book that’s listed. Another non-fiction book I also really enjoyed was River of Doubt. Teddy Roosevelt’s adventure in the Amazon was truly amazing. Pam
  8. It is really a riot how exiting the anticipation of finally getting your Ollie is. My wife and I ordered our LE2 last September and we pick up hull number 836 on June 30th. Meanwhile we have been on the forum almost every day gaining as much knowledge as we can from the wonderful community. We have one whole spare bedroom dedicated to the gigantic pile of stuff that we will outfit the Ollie with. The vast majority of the items came from suggestions we see on the forum. We are left coasters so our trip to pick up is close to 2500 miles. We have had that trip booked and planned out for months. Mike and Pam
  9. JScott The 2021 color choices are in the attached brochure. I narrowed down which colors I wanted and Phil sent us samples. We pick up our LE2 on June 30. Hope this helps. Pam 2021-OTT-Brochure.pdf
  10. Thanks so much for the response. we are looking so forward to being members of the unique Oliver family. Mike
  11. My wife and I are picking up our E2 in June. It’s a long wait but we have decided to treat it like a pregnancy since it is all told going to be a 9 month event. As with most pregnancies we have been purchasing massive amounts of stuff in anticipation of the big day. I had a particular question about the Anderson leveling system that I was hoping one of you kind folks could answer. Is the space between the front and rear tires wide enough for the the Anderson levelers to fit without being cut? I think you can cut as much as 4 inches off these levelers if need be and if it’s necessary I was going to do it ahead of time. There will be many more questions ahead as things get more real. We are now deep into the second trimester of this long pregnancy! 😳
  12. I’m posting from an IPad. Thank you for all effort to help others.
  13. I believe the person to talk to for additional nights is Donna at (931-762-9408).
  14. I believe I get the idea. I’ll bring the bottle jack along even though it is unlikely to ever leave the box. It will be there just in case there is a surprise inspection by the “proper use of the stabilizers” police😉. Thank you all so much and stay tuned for future cries for help. Mike
  15. We are in the queue to pickup our Elite 2 this summer which seams a painfully long way in the future still. Nonetheless we are busy accumulating items we know we will need to show up with when we journey from Vancouver WA to Tennessee to pick our new home up. From what I have learned Oliver does not supply a jack for the purpose of changing a flat tire on the trailer. I was hoping I could get some advise from current owners on what the best option is for this. I have a 4 ton bottle jack that has a max height in the 14 inch range. Would that suffice? Is a scissor type jack a better option? We look forward to becoming part of the wonderful Oliver family and appreciate the guidance of experience. This will not be the last of my questions for sure😉.
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