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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2017
  • Make
    Oliver
  • Model
    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Twin Bed Floor Plan
  • Hull #
    184

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  1. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.amazon.com/Triangle-Resistant-Silicone-Stainless-17-5x9-2/dp/B07VPCY4G5&ved=2ahUKEwj2t7SH7p7xAhXjdc0KHTBaC0wQFjAAegQIBBAC&usg=AOvVaw2XaMSdaDT9MslphA_bHQAF
  2. Thanks for the compliment! Just as I did with the Casita, I have mod fever and it's steadily draining my camping funds! I wish that I had some of the skill set that a number of members here have! Good to know about the fridge. I was starting to worry about my Casita and it's removal as the rear window has to come out to replace it! If I only had to tear a backsplash out, that would be a lesser worry!
  3. It's metal and is actually this one SeaDawg: https://www.menards.com/main/kitchen/backsplashes-wall-tiles/aspect-trade-12-5-x-4-peel-stick-metal-matted-subway-backsplash-tiles-3-pk/a9550/p-1444423160811-c-8163.htm?searchTermToProduct=5179777 There were three different designs in the nickel finish. I am really happy with it so far. We'll see how it holds up bumbling down the road. The adhesive was really strong. I decided to use construction adhesive to the left of the sink and cut the tile at a slight angle for the corner. I'm hoping I don't ever have to remove the fridge as
  4. Thank you! The lotion is a 99 cent knockoff... Im nearly broke after my mod fever!
  5. I decided to brighten up the area behind the sink by adding a nice backsplash in a brushed steel finish. I bought the backsplash at Menards but they are available on Amazon. They come in a variety of finishes. I used two packs. The beauty was in the peel and stick feature. They are about a foot long and can be cut with a jig saw.. Although I used a dremel cutoff wheel which worked fabulous. I also used a sanding tip on the dremel to finish the edges nicely. The area to the left of the sink was tricky and slightly uneven so I used a good glue and leveled that area first. I plan to seal
  6. I guess I assumed the light functioned as a brake alert. Mine is definitely an LED strip. I will test when I hook up to go home to see if the light is illuminated when lights are turned from Auto to ON.
  7. I posted a brief reply in one of the other threads but looking for anyone with tips on troubleshooting the rear upper brake light assembly. I removed and resealed the outer lense due to water leakage and of course now it doesn't work! I realize we can tackle from the inside and it probably shorted due to water intrusion but besides a voltmeter..any tips on where to look are greatly appreciated!
  8. So if anyone is still following this thread or is remotely interested...after all that fuss and muss over the lens install, on my state park shakedown trip, just 10 minutes from my house, my husband noticed that the brake light is not illuminating! Holy smokes, I'm irritated! I realize we can troubleshoot from the inside of the trailer but still! I imagine something got wet and shorted.
  9. I love your mud flap install and have studied it. Sadly, its out of my wheel house. Maybe someday I'll find someone willing to duplicate and fabricate them as I think it is a much worthy mod! For now, I'm not planning much off roading (although thats more my style) with ILOVHER. As far as a blowout, I've had one in ten years and my opinion is the fiberglass in that area is more at risk for serious destruction. At that end, my fittings are the least of my worries.
  10. To put the sealant conversation to rest, we had a significant rain all day yesterday and the sealant held well! No leaks.. So far! Here is the silver lining in all this ~ The land yacht got a name!
  11. These are the products I used but the quick connects can be purchased anywhere. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SKKV4GB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_6AHW2GN7VSF5S5HBG8PZ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 And https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08MY68JKD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_05TBWQ6KRM244F20J1B3
  12. This is the way to go! I like the 3M Perfect-It line of cutting compounds too!
  13. I don't know about you, but my back isn't what it used to be and I'm not keen on bending/kneeling for longer than necessary. Attaching water hoses on the Ollie is a little awkward at best. I'm sure this is not a novel idea but I thought I'd share my new mod that will hopefully be faster and also save that crick in the back. I found a pack of 3 hose quick connects on Amazon and covers/dust caps for all of my hoses. The covers/plugs are actually for tractors or skid steer hydraulic fittings. It took me a few (let's say many) returns to get the right size ordered but I'm pleased with ho
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