Thanks for the speedy replies! I’m so looking forward to making my Ollie my own and seeing what you all have done. No solar on mine, just marine batteries, and original axle that my repair guy explained had been installed in the higher configuration, so that it essentially has a lift. Sorry if that’s unclear… clearly I’m new at this 😂 Anyway, I kept the original axle as it had lots of life left. I did get new aluminum wheels as the original chrome ones were pretty pitted. I think that most things are stock, no fancy options. Previous owner took off the interior belly band. I have it, but not sure that I want to put it back. Maybe replace with white?
I go out solo with my dog, sometimes with my teen kids or a friend. Like to boondock, but am not power or water intensive. I love snow/winter so will get a generator eventually. Not sure about how much I would use solar, but am interested to hear how helpful small arrays are. The tv is gone from my trailer, but screens aren’t really my thing and I LOVE the old sound system interface 😂
Here’s what I posted on my repair guy’s Facebook:
Lance Lacko at Private Reserve Trailer Repair in Sheridan, CA is better than all the king’s horses and all the king’s men! He put my egg back together again 😁💕🎉. I’m so over the moon in love with my Oliver! Some of you may have seen pictures of Hull 25’s previous existence as an adventure rig. After months of logistics and west coast road trips to collect and deliver parts, she is a trailer again!! My first adventure to bring her home is in the books, can’t wait for more.