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Monlezun last won the day on August 4 2017

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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
  • Floor Plan
    Twin Bed Floor Plan
  • What model is your other RV or Travel Trailer?
    2015 Airstream 30' Classic

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  1. Foy, Steve is correct. I do apologize for the unwarranted comment. Since purchasing our Oliver in 2017 I have found a couple of screws, a plastic connector of some sort and even a 4 inch stainless U-bolt in the back storage compartment. I agree with Steve and have not worried about these findings.
  2. You guys are talking gibberish and confusing everyone. The fix is simple to reinstall. Simply, insert it into the source from which it immenated before the release mechanism had been depressed. Malcolm
  3. Mmm...a two-pickup-truck-family now. You and Tali must wear a cowboy hat when driving those trucks. Also, didn't know you had moved to Tupelo, Texas! Seriously, those are 2 nice looking trucks sitting in you driveway. They should serve both of you well for years. Congrats!
  4. John, thanks for the post and the recommendation to inspect the fridge wiring. Your observation gave me cause to inspect our our Ollie, too. Was glad to see our wiring configuration looks almost exactly like your after-picture. It was perfect right from the factory. Why the difference? Well, we can all guess that different technicians on different days are being human and perform at varying degrees of efficiency on any given day. As we all might agree, there is no way around this. Again, thanks for the tip and I'm sure I was not the only one to run out and check their own.
  5. Hello Mark and Joni! I certainly remember that day in Hohenwald. Glad to hear you two will be getting some great use out of that new Oliver. I agree that our use for a generator to fire up our A/C (or other needs) will be very infrequent, especially in the Rocky Mountain states in our solar ready Ollie. I find that always carrying the Yamaha in the bed of our Ram is like comfort food. Takes up very little room and is a slap in the face to Murphy's Law.:) Elevation almost always provides cooler temps in summer travels and it seems we are always heading west. Flathead Lake next month in Montana for example. Hope to run into you two somewhere out there. No doubt I will recognize that beautiful TV monster you drive.
  6. If you are interested about my experience with generators, propane, elevation and Micro Air, read under the topic "Micro Air" I just posted.
  7. My experience with Micro Air is not so good. I own (owned) 2 new Yamaha 2000's V2 model and propane converted, the newest. Bought them from US Carburetor, have used them once, hooked together and was able to run our Oliver A/C with no problem at 5350 foot elevation (in our driveway in Colorado). Hoping to go down to one generator towing around, we opted for the Micro Air at the rally. Matteo did a great job and also knew my plans. I will admit here that when I asked would this work at my home in CO on propane, Matteo quickly stated "I am not sure but it should." Fair enough, it was my decision to proceed with the install. With some adjustment on the set nut on the gen after starting the A/C for the first time on propane, we got it to run and handle the load. Now, the sad part, when we got home at 5350 foot elevation, I cranked up the generator, the only one left since I sold the other one at the rally(stupid me). It could not handle the load after trying 5 times with US Carb on the phone helping me adjust and curse the unit. Finally, after giving up on propane, a technician at US Carb suggested I put gasoline in the gen (not what I wanted to hear or do, but...) Fired up the Yamaha on gas, turned on the A/C and it barely hiccoughed and ran great. So, for anyone thinking about Micro Air at higher elevations and using propane - Beware! Now, I will have to carry a generator with gasoline in it. Sigh!! Again, I want to be clear that Matteo was honest when asked about propane at my locale. I have nothing but good to say about this man.
  8. Ursula and I can hardly add to the great compliments and comments above. Our first Oliver Owners Rally was everything we expected and more. Coy, you are the bomb! Your support team (all mentioned above) was phenomenal as well. Our thanks and gratitude to you and all the great people we met who made our memories so good! Cheers to Rally 2019!
  9. Purchased my Oliver, Hull #204, last April. Yes, I noticed the problem of sucking air at about 25%. Called Jason and wanted it modified for a fix. Answer, yes we can and will do that. When can you get here? Nice response, unsolicited. Mistakes made, yes! Problems or break downs arise with moving equipment, you bet! (read Newton's 3rd Law of Motion) Problems taken care of by Oliver when approached, every time from my vantage point! Thank you Oliver for building one of best or the finest trailer travel on the road today. I've owned 5 others of different brands, including Airstreams. None are even close.
  10. Merry Christmas to all from Olivia in Colorado!
  11. Malcolm M. here. We are in E-6 for the record. Thanks for your work on this.
  12. Hello Peter and Patty, I think maybe we are the Oliver owners near Denver you are waiting to hear from. Anita called me last week about your interest but we were in San Francisco on a quick business trip and returned home last night. Also, I tried to call you this morning, but couldn't get an answer. Please feel free to contact me by the contact info I emailed you earlier today or respond to this thread to meet up. I look forward to hearing from you and assisting you in your quest for a quality RV. Totality confident you have found that in Oliver. Regards, Malcolm J Monlezun
  13. Hope these pictures are of help. My setup for the nightstand is simple using light duty paracord and 2 stainless Pad Eye's with stainless sheet metal screws.
  14. Buzzy, You have Ursula's and my sincere condolences. We are so very sorry for the loss of your two loved ones. Our thoughts are with you as you process and grieve. Hopefully, time itself will work its magic, and we hope many good memories will sustain you. Be well, my friend!
  15. Travel Straps done! The equipment arrived yesterday afternoon and I was prepared to start upon their arrival. Took me about 1.5 hrs. to complete. Of course, this is Friday afternoon and was setup with my Sirius radio set on the 60's and a beverage to sip doing the process. Only one tho! Had to stop to dance with my wife to one old Beatle song too. I decided to apply same application to the night stand on our twin bed model. The drawer has been found open and some contents on the floor in the past. Not any more! The final product looks and functions great. Cost much less than burger, fries and each a beer at local pub. Peace of mind - priceless! Thanks John!
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