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Trailers for Sale / WTB 16 TBS 2012-2016
« on: September 17, 2021, 07:13:49 PM »
Interested in purchasing a well-maintained 2012-2016 (dual axle, aluminum roof only) 16TBS. Prefer one without any door paint bubbling or other significant mechanical or cosmetic issues. I've looked at everything listed on RVTrader, RVT and Facebook, and none of them meet our requirements for one reason or another, so willing to be patient for the right one to become available.

Thanks in advance!

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News and Announcement / Re: Hooray!
« on: September 13, 2021, 10:27:28 PM »
Great! Thanks for all the work it takes to keep this forum going.

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Livin Lite General Discussion / Re: Barn find
« on: August 12, 2020, 07:26:51 PM »
Wow, nice find! Have you replaced the tires? Even though itís been stored inside it would be cheap insurance since they are probably 5-6 years old now. Along with renewing the hub grease.

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Please let me know where you find the touch up paint.  Mine is the silver / grey 2016 TBS.


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This was posted by Dan on the old forum:
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We get a lot of questions concerning touch-up paint.  LiviníLite is unique in our color offerings across the different product lines.
Sooner or later youíre going to get a scratch on your camper and may wonder if touch-up paint is available.

Touch-up paint is available for LiviníLite products through Rollie Williams Paint Spot. http://www.rwps.com/ located in Elkhart Indiana at 1179 Kent Street Tel: (574) 264-3174.
You will need to know the color of your camper.  It should be on the bill of sale or title.

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Member Introductions / Re: Hello from DC
« on: May 08, 2018, 11:37:42 AM »
Congrats, and welcome!

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I wouldnít let the lack of manufacturer support bother me one bit if looking at buying a Livin Lite. Itís not at all like buying a car where most of the components are specific to your particular model or manufacturer. With an RV nearly everything except the frame is supplied by another vendor and often has its own warranty and parts supply chain. And most warranty issues are best taken care of yourself anyways, since RV dealer service departments are some of the worst places on earth with horrible customer service.

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I have an "early" 2012 13QBB with the more angular front design. Other then normal maintenance like needing to replace the tires and bearing grease, it has required no attention and has not had any issues. Definitely the most reliable and lowest maintenance camper I've ever had!

Graham

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Member Introductions / Hi from Maryland
« on: December 16, 2016, 10:53:25 AM »
Given the uncertain future of the "other forum", I suppose a re-introduction here is in order....and also happy to have another forum available to LL owners!

I'm an owner of a "early" 2012 Camplite 13QBB, towed with a 2007 Toyota 4Runner V8. Usually camping with my wife and our Norwegian Elkhound mix. Other then replacing the cheap tires after 4 years of use, I haven't had to do anything to the camper...which after having owned a variety of other RVs over the years, is a nice change (knock on Azdel!). Also casually keeping an eye out for 2012-2015 16' Camplites as a possible upgrade....

-Graham

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