First off I would like to thank everyone for all the tips and ideas about these cool little trailers.
Last month we picked up a 1978 Trillium
4500. After lots of scrubing a cleaning we went out camping for a week. Before we left we installed a new set of tires
and wheels for peace of mind. I also installed some bearing buddys....after the 4 hour drive I noticed the hubs to be "warm to the touch", normal I guess?
Everything seemed OK, till I checked the fuse on the power converter....it was wraped in tin foil.....so we did not leave it un attended till it was replaced. Since the fuse has been replaced and did not blow......not sure what to think, but I was more than a little alarmed to see the tin foil....I guess I should have checked it first.
Our door has a bit of sag, but seals good. Are there and quick fixes for the door?
We are thinking about painting
the trailer the original color because the gel coat has seen better days and is getting thin in a few spots. I fear buffing it will burn thru what is left......does anyone know what a paint
code will match best to the inside color (beige/tan?) Does anyone have pics of a home painted roler and brush jobbie to give us some inspiration?
We are towing the trailer with a 2004 Jeep TJ (wrangler), while not the best tow rig it seems to do OK....is anyone else on here towing with a jeep?
I am still looking for the T molding for the inside...and if I find anything I will let you all know.
Long winded...sorry and thanks for any tips and help.
Just counting the days till we can get back out there.