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For Sale / 2014 Livin Lite Quicksilver 8.5'x24' for sale
« on: September 02, 2021, 11:07:09 AM »
Selling my 2014 Livin Lite Quicksilver toyhauler.
8.5' wide x 24' long, 86" ceiling height
Overall length with tongue is 28'.
Weighs around 5400 lbs dry, 8000 GVWR.
Garage space is 14' to fridge. 20' to front kitchen. 78" between wheelwells.

This is an all aluminum trailer, frame, sides, and roof. The floor is aluminum plank, strong and won't ever go "soft"

Dual tip-out beds, one on each side.
Couch and dinette both fold down for sleeping, or up against the wall for loading ATV's etc.
A/C, furnace, water heater, TV, radio, 120v/propane fridge, convection microwave, and outside shower hookup.
Bathroom is a dry bath, with sink and storage inside.
Dual propane tanks
single battery (new)
4 new tires, and the spare
New maxxair vent covers on all vents

Trailer is great, spacious inside when tip-out are folded out. Plenty of storage.
Only selling because I found a front bedroom model.
Only negative is corrosion on the entry door. I have a new door on order from the original manufacturer. It will be replaced before sale unless buyer says different.
Price is $29k obo.
I'll have to text pics, can't get them to load yet.
Can help with delivery up to about 100 miles with an upfront deposit.

QuickSilver Toy Haulers / Re: Quicksilver Dealerships
« on: August 26, 2021, 09:15:37 PM »
They stopped making them several years ago. The only ones you will find now are used.
Go on the Livin Lite Facebook group and post there. Maybe someone will be fairly close by with one you can see.

QuickSilver Toy Haulers / Re: Looking for a 6x15 toy hauler in Southwest
« on: August 26, 2021, 09:14:32 PM »
There is one for sale in Florida. Not close by, but I don't see these for sale very often. Good luck.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Frame Separated from Tongue
« on: August 22, 2021, 09:39:14 PM »
I personally think the weight distribution hitches put too much stress on these aluminum trailers. There have been multiple times this has happened and I think most people were using them. And they really don't need them for something with 350-450 lbs tongue weight. Don't tow with a small SUV where you need to use distribution hitches and I think they are okay.
If you think about it, the weight bars are forcing the tongue to stay in one spot in relation to the vehicle. What happens when going over bumps, driveways, etc? The trailer can't move and something has to give. The forces are multiplied even more. Lots of stress on fairly thin aluminum tubing. Without them, the trailer is free to move with bumps.
Now, a sway bar, sure. That should be fine. But obviously, it's up to the owner to use a weight distribution hitch or not. Just my two cents.

RV store should have them. Measure the width of the old one first and get the same if possible. The one I bought was too wide and didn't fit. I had to trim the corners off so it would. You would need to be able to get to the backside of it to get the water connections off as well. Of course, make sure the pump is off first and/or city water turned off. It will make a small mess. 

FYI, price has gone up. Just paid ~$700 for one for my toyhauler. It is irritating, but I also didn't buy mine new, so I knew about this going into it. If I had bought new, I would be pretty upset.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Hail Damage
« on: August 08, 2021, 12:28:15 AM »
Check the roof. As long as it's just dents, no big deal. Just cosmetic at that point. If it has holes/penetrations, then you would have to seal them and monitor just as you would any other roof hole/seam (vent covers, plumbing vent, edges, etc). Replace the sealant when it starts to look bad. Up to you if it bothers you or not. Obviously the value of the trailer would be lower, so should be able to get a decent deal. Good luck.

QuickSilver Tent Campers / Re: any quicksilver tc1's for sale?
« on: July 03, 2021, 12:33:28 AM »
Livin Lite sold out to Thor and then was basically shut down several years later.  So no, they aren't made anymore. Closest in concept is ATC trailer.
The TC1's are out there. I've seen several in the last year online. Seem to run about $3k. Check Facebook marketplace (change your location to different areas that you are willing to drive to, craigslist by using searchtempest.

Contact Challenger Door in Indiana. If you have the stickers on the doors themselves they can match them up quite easily. They have a pretty good for us Livin Lite owners, but it will still cost you. I paid around $550 for a complete side door/screen door assembly last year. Not too hard to replace.
I dealt with Amos Bontrager

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Front storage compartment
« on: June 05, 2021, 07:47:43 PM »
The couple I've had have been the CH751. Prior owner may have changed them. Maybe the RV dealer has a bunch of standard keys and could try several different ones. Or find a locksmith.

General Q & A / Re: 2015 TBS wheel upgrade
« on: May 05, 2021, 01:08:30 PM »
You can increase the wheel size, but would need to work with the tire shop to get tires that are approximately the same outer diameter. Unless you are planning on lifting the trailer as well. Then you could go a little bigger with the tires as well. Obviously double check the lug nut pattern to make sure it matches.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Electrical wiring schematic
« on: March 05, 2021, 09:54:59 PM »
It may have just fried the converter itself. If you are willing to do some work, you could test the appliances by unplugging them from the trailer and testing them with an extension cord. May have gotten lucky and they are okay. For the converter probably an RV shop. Or maybe you know an electrician? They should be able to replace that if you get the parts. Upgrade the converter while you at it.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: WARNING - Camplite Single-Axle
« on: February 05, 2021, 01:58:18 PM »
I would get under the trailer and inspect all welds, both at the axles and the frame welds too. You are basically looking for cracks starting to form. If you are not comfortable with that, then you should take it to a good welding shop and have them check all the welds and show you what to look for. You should be checking this after every trip, and maybe after severe pothole hits. If the aluminum has started to crack, it can probably be repaired before it gets worse.

QuickSilver Toy Haulers / Re: Exterior panels pitting, bubbling, rotting
« on: February 05, 2021, 01:44:38 PM »
All of the exterior doors were made by Challenger door. They have some wood on the inside and get moisture in there. Then they start to corrode from the inside out.
Warranty- nope
Replacement-Contact Challenger Door. There should be a white label on every door. It will let them know the correct size, color, etc.
Price- I paid $550 for a new entry door with screen and new locks. That included tax and shipping in 2020. Obviously shipping will depend on where you live. I would think the ramp door could get send, but they will be able to tell you.
You would either need to replace them yourself or have an RV shop do the work. Entry door wasn't too bad, haven't tried a ramp door yet.

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