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I am curious how well the 2007 or 2008 OLE or OLE II are holding up after 12 / 11 years?
Very well, it appears!
quote quote=184205]As it stands Oliver (seen) is #1, Lance Lance (seen) #2, Outdoors #3 and I’m scheduled to see one Labor Day Week, and Northwoods Arctic Fox #4 or Nash #5 both sight unseen.[/quote]
An interesting thought- what is the service life of an Oliver. Given the top shelf fiberglass shell, the sturdy and well designed aluminum frame, top shelf axles, and an overall well thought out design, the Oliver will be around for a long time. Few if any other manufactures produce a RV travel trailer that has the design quality of the Oliver. I’ll go as far as to say -NONE!
The weak links lie in the appliances and other supplier related equipment. All of which can be replaced when failure rears its head – and NO different from any other manufacturer!
The real issue to me, seems to be how much people are willing to spend on a travel trailer – quality designed and built- not withstanding. As is usually the case, education and investigation will lead one to the obvious choice – given the choices fit with the buyers desires- and then we find the funds!
Wish you well in the journey.
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