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Old 12-02-2009, 04:15 PM   #1
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I finally took some photos of Clementine. The general ones are just to share. The ones of the windows are to see if anyone can identify the rubber parts I need to restore the windows.
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Old 12-02-2009, 04:23 PM   #2
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Here's some more.
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Old 12-02-2009, 04:32 PM   #3
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Old 12-02-2009, 05:15 PM   #4
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Hi Amy,

Thanks for the pics! And nice "tape hood" on the windows - did it stop your leaks? That's all mine needed until I could re-bed.

As far as rubber parts, I don't see anything here that would change my recommendations from the other thread.

1) For the small windows, you need the "Hehr Standard backframe gasket," and "Hehr Standard glass seal" from Vintage (or another source if you can find one).

2) Your large windows look the same as mine.

-The wide black strips around the edges are common vinyl insert strips and are mostly decorative to cover fasteners.

- The grey "flap" at the top of the panes is the "Jalousie Header and Sill Seal" from Vintage. This may also be able to be modified for use in the below areas, but not sure on that.

- The bottoms of the panes will have smaller sealing strips and I do not know exact part numbers/names for those. Al reported that the "Jalousie J seal" from Vintage was too small, but you could always double check for your exact windows since there were slight variations in the dinette windows. Al successfully used the "Jalousie Bulb Seal" from Vintage although that's not an exact replacement.

Vintage also has the operators, handles, and some other parts for both of these window styles, but I don't know if you need those.

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PS: I know it's not a priority until you get the leaks taken care of, but that orange fiberglass just screams to be buffed out. Shiny Orange!
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Old 12-02-2009, 05:41 PM   #5
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Thanks, Raya! I put in my order at Vintage Trailers. Fingers crossed that the project goes smoothly.
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Old 12-02-2009, 05:49 PM   #6
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Cool!

Maybe someone else will pipe in who has found a specific part number or source for those lower-pane gaskets in the dinette windows. that would be really useful

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Old 12-02-2009, 06:12 PM   #7
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I thought y first Trill was the only rig with that color inside!?!
It also looks like a Scamp Escape Hatch next to the vent there.
That is the nicest roof vent I have had by far. I will be ordering one for the Casita for sure.

Looks good and like a lot of fun ahead.
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Old 12-02-2009, 07:13 PM   #8
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Hi: Amy... Raya et al... Well I'm out of the running on this thread as those dinette windows are definately different to our former '77 Boler's.
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Old 12-02-2009, 07:25 PM   #9
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Hi Alf,

I'm just curious - can you say how Amy's dinette windows are different from yours? I'll have to check again when it's not raining, but from memory they look similar to both the Burdick (1974 Neonex) and other (Hehr? 1978 Earlton) jalousie Boler dinette windows I've seen (on the outside).

Maybe that's why the J-seal didn't work on yours (or, maybe it doesn't fit on any of them).

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Old 12-02-2009, 07:36 PM   #10
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I thought y first Trill was the only rig with that color inside!?!
Boler had quite a few "fun" interior colors in the '70's I've seen light yellow, deep yellow (gold like corn), olive green (lower parts only), and orange-orange.

But, I agree, I haven't seen the pumpkin/squash orange (which is kind of a goldish orange) like the Trillium. I can't tell if Amy's interior is the pumpkin/squash orange or if that's just the camera and it's really the orange-orange or the dark gold (or another one I don't know of).

Here's a photo of the "pumpkin/squash orange" in a Trillium (Brenda's):


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Mine is more of a yellowish orange than the orange-orange. Sort of a cross between the squash and orange. I love it.
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OH MY! (what a) DARLIN' CLEMENTINE (is)!!
Suggest herring boxes without topses wheel chocks are for Clementine!

Light she is and like a fairy, and her tires are # uh... 13 (o'well that's enough of that!)
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