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Maverick

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Maverick last won the day on July 6 2018

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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2015
  • Make
    Oliver
  • Model
    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Twin Bed Floor Plan
  • Hull #
    93

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  1. Welcome to Oliver ownership, it is a great trailer. As for questions just ask away, someone always has an answer.
  2. Patriot: You will enjoy the Oliver, it's a great trailer. We have been pulling travel trailers all over this country for fifty years and there is nothing like it. You should not have any issues with the Toyota Tundra, we also tow with a Tundra and have been all over the U.S.A. with the Oliver. It looks like your Tundra is a crew max the same as mine plus the same color.
  3. I closely agree with this measurement. I measured our trailer on a very flat and level surface and it measured 9' 6" to the top of the AC unit.
  4. This new forum is no improvement, I don't like the format.
  5. We just go home last night from a two week trip up on the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway both in Virginia. Both of these parkways have nice campgrounds, which we have been using for many years.
  6. I also carry a grease gun with me on trips that I think it will be 3,000 miles or more. I also carry a tarp for the same purpose.
  7. During your travels over 3,000 miles, do you grease the EZ-Flex system or just wait until you return home?
  8. If you are a member of AAA they may offer driving classes in your area; I know they do here in Virginia.
  9. I have been using the same pin for almost 4 years and it looks like new; no issue at all.
  10. John: I have no pictures of the old or up graded Anderson WDH. The "whale tail" is different where it connects to the bottom of the trailer ball (this has been discussed several times in the past). I have not removed the trailer ball from the upgraded unit; since I am not having any issues, I don't see any reason to do so. So far we have put several thousand miles on the new up graded unit; with no issues in dry or wet weather. The up graded ball housing appears to have a little different taper than the old unit. The trailer ball retaining ring looks to be the same on both units.
  11. I up graded our Anderson hitch when it first became available; the cost was $100.00. They sent a complete new unit except for the stinger that goes into your vehicles trailer hitch, also no new chains. They sent instruction on how to return the old unit at their expense. I have had no issues with the new up graded Anderson hitch.
  12. [postquote quote=175475][/postquote] Mike: The original Anderson WDH had a white cone and a silver "whale tail"; Anderson sent me several white cones, which still had noise issue. Then they sent several black cones, which also had noise issue. After Anderson said they had an upgraded WDH that could be purchased for $100.00, I ordered the upgraded unit. Anderson sent a complete new WDH unit all but the black stinger that goes into your vehicle's trailer hitch and the chains. The upgraded unit has a red cone and a silver "whale tail". With the upgraded unit the "whale tail" does NOT have the complete circle ring that attached to the bottom of the trailer ball. The original "whale tail" had a complete circle ring that attached to the bottom of the trailer ball. Sorry but I don't have any pictures of the old or upgraded "whale tail". I have not had any issues with the upgraded unit; it is quiet and functions great. Like I said before, the original unit I could not turn the trailer ball by hand when the trailer was not attached (just as the Anderson videos indicates). But the upgraded unit that I purchased, I could turn the ball when the trailer in not connected. When the trailer is connected to the upgraded unit, you can not move the ball. If you look back in the Oliver Forum, sometime during 2017 or early 2018 is when Anderson addressed how you could obtain a upgrade and what the cost was associated with the upgrade. Also I believer there were pictures of the two different "whale tails".
  13. [postquote quote=175387][/postquote] Trainman: All the Anderson WDH videos are associated with the older style of the "whale tail"; I agree that you could not move the "whale tail" by hand on the older style of the "whale tail". In 2018 Anderson offered a new upgraded unit due to the noise and a few other issues users was having, for a small amount. This offer came from Sage Teichert via the Oliver Forum. I purchased the replacement unit. After I installed the upgraded Anderson WDH, I discovered that you could move the "whale tail" by hand when the trailer was NOT connected to the trailer ball. I sent Sage Teichert an email about being able to move the "whale tail" by hand when the trailer was not connected to the trailer ball. Below is the email reply from Sage Teichert with Anderson WDH about being able to move the trailer ball by hand: That is not unusual, the upgrade that you got has a little different geometry inside. The housing where the ball is, is much easier to turn by hand when the trailer is unhooked. It is quite easy to bump the bottom of the ball up a little with a block of wood or raise it with the tongue jack to release some of the pressure so it can be turned by hand. When the weight is put back on the ball the friction material does it's job and starts grabbing again. So far Anderson has not upgraded their videos to reflect the new "whale tail". Contact Sage Teichert with Anderson WDH, and check for yourself.
  14. Trainman: I never disconnect the Anderson WDH before backing into a camp site; there is just no reason. The triangular plate or "whale tail" can not be moved by hand after the trailer is connected to the trailer ball. But you can move the trailer ball by hand when the trailer is NOT connected to the tow vehicle. When I get ready to leave a camp site and the "whale tail" can not be connected to the trailer ball; I just raise the trailer off the ball and move the ball so that the "whale tail" can be reconnected. Most of the time there is no problem reconnecting the "whale tail"; after hooking up the trailer a few times to the tow vehicle it's just becomes a normal routine.
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