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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. I have been using the handle “Maverick” for over 60 years as a ham radio operator. So someone else copied my handle!
  2. We have a Toyota Tundra and have towed our Oliver Elite II around the USA with no issues at all; we do use the Andersen Weight Distribution Hitch. And our gas mileage while towing is between 12 - 13 MPG.
  3. Since the Fishing Bridge Campground inside Yellowstone NP is closed in 2020; we made reservations for a trip there this year at the Grizzly campground in West Yellowstone. According to the person I spoke with at Grizzly campground they are filling up fast.
  4. Welcome to Oliver ownership, it is a great trailer. As for questions just ask away, someone always has an answer.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. This new forum is no improvement, I don't like the format.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. During your travels over 3,000 miles, do you grease the EZ-Flex system or just wait until you return home?
  11. If you are a member of AAA they may offer driving classes in your area; I know they do here in Virginia.
  12. I have been using the same pin for almost 4 years and it looks like new; no issue at all.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
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