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Try2Relax last won the day on October 31 2018

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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan

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  1. Sorry, just saw this. That sounds great. When I replaced the suspension/greased the bearings (level in driveway), I'd forgotten the inner seal (1st time doing) and it was up on its jacks for more than 24 hours, without wheels, no problems, as a precaution I lowered it to it's lowest level and placed lumber cornerways under the rear frame (just in case). In my opinion, placing any kind of jack under an Ollie would be more of an emergency situation, than what I did above.
  2. 1. I've used ours a lot, it's nice to be able to sit outside on either side, sometimes curb side is the parking lot, driveway, other people etc and street side is wilderness. On a side note, I'm near Winnipesaukee if you'd like to stop by and sit around it and decide on things with no pressure. PM me 2. We have it and have never used it. I use my phone and YouTube TV for TV and local news. 3. We have it and have used it a few times, it works really well for what it does, been in a no bars coverage area and turned it on and had 3 out of 4 bars 4G
  3. I've had the Helinox for a few years, various sizes, they are great for portability and comfort [attachment file=Lake Powell.jpg]
  4. I've had a few of these for quite a while, they have worked flawlessly. Originally I got them to keep an eye on the fridge/freezer temps, then played with them moving around to different locations. The tracking is the best part, I can leave them somewhere for a month or so and then just check too see what the conditions do over that time period, without having to check them all the time to see and track live data. My Oliver sits on the edge of my driveway and sitting in my kitchen or living room I can open the app and it updates just fine. If you aren't looking to compare multiple locations at the same time you wouldn't need more than one, as you can track a location for a week and then just move it. Having one is with the cost, just to satisfy whatever curiosity you may have about any given location for whatever period of time you'd like.
  5. Full disclosure: I have the Telesteps and have never hesitated to recommend it. I would also recommend the Xtend and climb This video is entertaining and informative. As to that Yesker ladder, one of the things I do when shopping on Amazon is to search by manufacturer name, products by Yesker include USB charging cables, iPhone cases, glass bottles with eye droppers, fingernail scrub brushes, pineapple corers, ultrasonic jewelry cleaners, waterproof fitness trackers... While I don't hesitate to purchase Dexter authorized bearings that may be made in China, there are some products I would stay away from.
  6. Viair 450P-RV I also use it to winterize and inflate our paddle boards
  7. Someone just shared this on airforums and I thought I'd pass it along here too. "Victron has just released a new book called "Wiring Unlimited". I hate to use the term "ultimate", but this is the ultimate reference book for anyone wanting to do electrical work on their RV. You can download a copy at:" https://www.dropbox.com/s/pdkngditufe0zfb/Wiring%20Unlimited.pdf?dl=1
  8. If you check the airstream forums, there is usually discussion every year of caravans going down, Baja area I think.
  9. There are numerous reviews to be found. http://rvlife.com/rv-trip-planning-apps/ I'm a wanderer, so Google Maps, Allstays and Harvest Hosts just to see what's up ahead whenever I get to somewhere I'm ready to stop.
  10. Having one of the new trailers with the water feed from the top, my guess would be that debris from the hole cut found its way into the drain line and possibly clogged the valve assembly. The beauty to pex, cut the line somewhere before the valve, take it in the house and clean it make sure it flows good and then Sharkbite it back together, it's just a drain line. Make sure the tanks empty before you cut that line though...
  11. And these fit perfectly https://www.amazon.com/Ottomanson-Ottohome-Collection-Non-Skid-Non-Slip/dp/B00U82HKLM You need to select the 1'10"x12'
  12. If placed low on the wall in the corner near the toilet, it would become a part of the cold air return, when the heat is on, and would draw the air from between the hulls when the exhaust fan is. Once the door is open to leave little to any moist air would enter the vent. Use one of these covers and that would eliminate most chance of any water going in. I believe the wall is a single layer between the head and under dinette seat. https://www.amazon.com/SeaLux-Stainless-Marine-Engine-Louvered/dp/B01LW71I0Z
  13. That was my thought too. But I got pooh-poohed... http://olivertraveltrailers.com/topic/heating-system/#post-40919
  14. If you remove the access over the water pump you can pull the heater ducting off the rear blower vent and just lay it out in the hull pointing towards the front. The duct is only held on with a clamp requiring a straight slot screwdriver. Put the cover back in place to contain as much heat as possible. Going to both locations means that the freeze would be at/behind the wheel well. I'm not sure how they've changed the routing but there used to be a tee below the sink behind the cabinets along the outer wall.
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