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2012 Livin' Lite Quicksilver 10.0

2012 Livin' Lite Quicksilver 10.0


San Luis Obispo, California

Year 2012

Make Livin' Lite

Model Quicksilver 10.0

Category -

Length 20

Posted Over 1 Month

2012 Livin' Lite Quicksilver 10.0 , 2012 Livin' Lite Quicksilver 10.0 OFFROAD EDITION, color silver, excellent condition. Purchased new in October 2011. Has approximately 8,000 miles. Has been on about 25 trips, fifty or so nights out total. Has never been out in snow, and has been in the rain only a handful of times, and when it was I always pitched it at home and allowed it to dry fully. Has only been off pavement a few times, and then always on graded dirt roads (it has NEVER been taken off road.) Garage kept. Vinyl tonneau cover has been recently replaced (due to broken snaps) and is like new. Still has factory tires with what appears to be 80-90% of their tread remaining. Factory options include: off-road package; surge brakes (see below); front & rear jack stands; fans/lights; privacy curtains; 7-pin trailer hookup; deep-cycle battery (see below); two (one more than normal) 12V plugs; 110V (when on shore power); corner "TV stand" was removed for extra floorspace; propane tank on tongue w/special sealed sidewall penetration (to feed LP line to catalytic propane heater inside); LP & CO detectors; "champagne" (beige) color scheme. Non-factory options: vinyl tile floor; 8000 BTU LP Gas Heater. Further notes: There a few interior dings on the galley doors and sidewalls from normal use, but nothing that terrible. I installed the vinyl floor (and foam underlay) myself; not a pro job, but definitely good enough IMHO. The heater is a Camco 57351 Olympian Wave-8 8000 BTU LP Gas Catalytic Safety Heater. (This heater rocks; it keeps the trailer sleepable in even near-freezing temps, and is included in the package. Google it its cool.) I have not been running the trailer with a battery so it wont come with one. However, I can demo the electrical system for you to verify it works. Since the trailer only weighs 1,000 lbs (dry), I currently have the surge brakes locked out with a bolt. To activate them you only need to remove the bolt and then fill/bleed the hydraulic lines. Remember these trailers are all-aluminum - so aside from a few "normal use" dings in the interior and a bit of dust on the canopy, this one is really almost like new! A note on the photos: These were taken with the camper was about a year old, but are still fairly representative. Also note the bike rack is NOT included. $8,000.00