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That seems very unlikely. The entire interior is molded fiberglass, and the mold can't be changed. I don't see any way a wheelchair could maneuver inside. For instance, the aisle between the twin beds is only 18", there is a large sill under the bathroom door, and the entrance door is probably too narrow, as well. None of those things can be changed. I do know that other RV manufacturers like Forest River have modified some of their RVs to be wheelchair accessible. You might want to look into those. 

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Stephanie and Dudley from CT.  2022 LE2, Hull #1150: Eggcelsior.

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Marie - 

There are a few Ollie owners that have had to deal with various issues of this sort and at least one that specifically dealt with the wheelchair issue.

Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any details in this regard and the one member that dealt with the wheelchair issue is not very active on the Forum.  Hopefully they will see your post and reply, but, other than that I'd only suggest that you have a discussion directly with your Sales Rep at Oliver.  They may be aware of possible modifications that have been or could be done.


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