Moderators SeaDawg Posted February 17, 2017 Moderators Share Posted February 17, 2017 I will agree, to the extent, that Oliver has never let me down, in nine years of experience with this amazing family owned company. I can't blame current and future owners for anxiety. That's totally understandable. And I would never minimize their experience. It's annoying, today the least. An Oliver then, and now, is a significant chunk of change. However, I can tell you that in nine years, I have never seen a problem left unresolved. Not one. And I m not talking about my own. I've been a mod for over nine years. I have seen it all. It may not be as quick as we would like to see, but especially when it's not an Oliver manufactured subsystem, it can take some time. I'm confident you'll get a resolution. The gaskets weren't theirs. They make an amazing trailer, but some components aren't theirs. That's true of any rv. I will go out on a limb, and tell you, I have never seen this company leave anyone less than satisfied. It's the way they work. Once you're in, you're part of the family. Picked up my trailer nine years ago, next week. It's still beautiful, sturdy, good for several decades more. Frankly, I had opportunies to sell it for my purchase price. And , honestly, I have never worked with an RV company with more integrity, and heart. And, I've been involved with RVs since 1977. I'll tell you another small story. My cousin's major brand 300k motorhome had a list of over 100 warranty items just to put it into perspective. None of them drivetrain or engine related. PS, I too am thinking of dropping out of the forum for awhile. I love my 2008 trailer. I love many of the contributors, but I have a lot going on in my life besides virtual friends and forums. And, when I travel, keeping up with the posts is expensive for me. I travel a lot beyond the US borders. I would like to travel without spending my mobile data on the forum. That's if I can access data..... We love the wilderness. The Canadian Yukon is one of our favorite camping territories. I honestly love the tranquility of no cell, no service. No offense. We will spend a month or two there again this year. Sherry 4 2008 Ram 1500 4 × 4 2008 Oliver Elite, Hull #12 Florida and Western North Carolina, or wherever the truck goes.... 400 watts solar. Dc compressor fridge. No inverter. 2 x 105 ah agm batteries . Life is good. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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