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Old 10-05-2010, 09:20 PM   #1
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Trillium outback conceived and delivered

Is anything worth having worth the wait , in our case absolutely . We took possession and have absolutely no second thoughts or regrets so thanx again to all those who chimed in with their opinions and thoughts on our build .
The following is a list of the build as we had it done .
-trailer weight is 1675lbs or 760kgs
-tongue weight is 275lbs or 125kgs
-2010 base trailer slightly changed with the following options
-front dinette combo
-fantastic fan with built in thermostat (low 1.5 ah , med 2.1 ah , high 3.0 ah)
-spare tire w/cover
-fridge upgraded from a 1.7cu ft to a 3.1 cu ft novacool (2.4 ah)
-exterior led light package
-line-x gravel guard package
-smoked maxx air cover for the fantastic fan
-marine style a/c outlet with adapters ( so shore power cord is not pushed into the storage compartment )
-7x7 ft awning (colorado)
-european black tempered glass top flushmount sink with shurflo pump (4.4ah) 10 gallon fresh water tank
-2x110a/c gfi outlets
-hole in front dinette seat for porta potti w/door thetford 135 pp
-xtra removable closet shelves
-eliminated the stove out of the trailer
-eliminated all exterior graphics and or decals
-dual 6 volt batteries (us battery 6volt 2200 , 216ah-20hr)
-custom fabric that she chose unknowingly lol
-a manual trailer dolly which will be mounted to the spare tire rack
-a 9x12 awning ground matt
-limo tinted windows all the way round
-interior led lights ordered from superbrights in the U.S. (0.3 ah per each)
-suburban 16000 btu furnace ( 3.5 ah) 20lb propane tank
- 3" memory foam matress
- 125 watt bp solar panel and regulator
- 12 volt adapter for cell and laptop charging

We have spent 2 weekends camping in the trailer and are loving it , is easy to tow with the honda odyssey .
I will post pics of the trailer when my daughter gets back with my camera .
Once again thanx to all .....
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Old 02-12-2011, 11:47 AM   #2
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2010 Trillium Outback trailer Build pictures by stoney8888 - Photobucket

So I spoke to Joe the owner of Trillium Outback Trailers to make sure it was o.k. to post up the pics of his shop the above link should bring you to the photobucket build pics of our outback I appologize they are not in order but I'm not the most computer savvy guy lol there might be a few doubles as well . I will post up some pics of the interior when I get a chance . Joe told me that they have moved to a new shop with 3 times the space since these pics were taken . If you have any questions feel free to ask , cheers mike
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Old 02-18-2011, 10:10 AM   #3
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Morning all , we were asked the question how do you like the solar system so I'll give the responce a quik try , we love it it's absolutely quiet , silent power that you never have to think about we tried to calculate our power usage for the trailer and bought a system that we figured would supply us with at least 25% more than what we would need the draws for our trailer were listed above in amp hrs . It takes up alot of space on the roof but you forget that it's there .
The unpowered sites we have found to average $5-$10 cheaper , and a system like ours installed is around $1000 . We opted for the dual 6 volt batteries which we have not as of yet run down under half . Please note a solar system just charges your battery bank and will not run your air conditioning system .
We went out hunting last november and using lights ( led ) and the 3ft fridge continuosly and running the furnace from 2100-0700 to keep the trailer at 21c whilst it was -15c outside overnite 100 miles out in the bush . We used 5lbs of propane a night 4 days on a 20lb tank and were hunting for 7 nights so had to use a spare 20lb tank . We never worried about power while my buddy had to leave his honda 1000 watt generator on for countless hours everyday and although it's quiet when your not near civilization this noise quikly becomes a pain in the uh! ears . At first we were alway's checking the controller to see how much we were drawing or charging now we don't bother it seems are batteries are fully charged before lunch is even done . Hope the insight helps , cheers mike
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Very cool photos Thanks for sharing.
2010 Trillium Outback trailer Build pictures by stoney8888 - Photobucket
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Old 02-18-2011, 10:58 AM   #5
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hi mike...the choices you made for your new outback will make for some fantastic camping experiences!! glad you are happy with it.....i know you waited quite a while~!
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Congratulations on the hatch! I'm sure you'll make great camping memories. Don't forget to take your camera... we love pictures
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Old 02-27-2011, 09:12 PM   #7
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Thanks Mike

Thanks for all the kind and positive words on your Outback. It makes our job easy dealing with such great clients as yourselves. I love the pics it sounds like your going to really enjoy your Outback. Call anytime if you have any question's. Thanks again. Joe.

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Is anything worth having worth the wait , in our case absolutely . We took possession and have absolutely no second thoughts or regrets so thanx again to all those who chimed in with their opinions and thoughts on our build .
The following is a list of the build as we had it done .
-trailer weight is 1675lbs or 760kgs
-tongue weight is 275lbs or 125kgs
-2010 base trailer slightly changed with the following options
-front dinette combo
-fantastic fan with built in thermostat (low 1.5 ah , med 2.1 ah , high 3.0 ah)
-spare tire w/cover
-fridge upgraded from a 1.7cu ft to a 3.1 cu ft novacool (2.4 ah)
-exterior led light package
-line-x gravel guard package
-smoked maxx air cover for the fantastic fan
-marine style a/c outlet with adapters ( so shore power cord is not pushed into the storage compartment )
-7x7 ft awning (colorado)
-european black tempered glass top flushmount sink with shurflo pump (4.4ah) 10 gallon fresh water tank
-2x110a/c gfi outlets
-hole in front dinette seat for porta potti w/door thetford 135 pp
-xtra removable closet shelves
-eliminated the stove out of the trailer
-eliminated all exterior graphics and or decals
-dual 6 volt batteries (us battery 6volt 2200 , 216ah-20hr)
-custom fabric that she chose unknowingly lol
-a manual trailer dolly which will be mounted to the spare tire rack
-a 9x12 awning ground matt
-limo tinted windows all the way round
-interior led lights ordered from superbrights in the U.S. (0.3 ah per each)
-suburban 16000 btu furnace ( 3.5 ah) 20lb propane tank
- 3" memory foam matress
- 125 watt bp solar panel and regulator
- 12 volt adapter for cell and laptop charging

We have spent 2 weekends camping in the trailer and are loving it , is easy to tow with the honda odyssey .
I will post pics of the trailer when my daughter gets back with my camera .
Once again thanx to all .....
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