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Old 11-19-2002, 05:47 PM   #1
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I was just asked to add this link to this website and thought you all might like to see what is out there.

OUTBACK

<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3ddacbb9d8118outback_large.jpg/>
Trillium Fiberglass Travel Trailer

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Two Piece Aerodynamically Designed Fiberglass Shell Construction
• Easy to repair and hail proof
• Leak proof
• No roof seams
• Rust free and easy to maintain Heavy Duty Steel Frame
• Torsion bar suspension
• Reduced road vibration Insulated Interior
• Neoprene membrane
• Marine quality upholstery Lightweight
• Strong fiberglass construction
• Easily pulled by smaller vehicles
• Savings on car maintenance and fuel economy Complete Galley
• Easy and comfortable food storage and preparation Large Screened Windows
• Tinted glass to keep the OutBack trailer cooler on hot summer days with privacy

Standard Equipment
• Top Quality Appliances and Components
• Rear stabilizer jacks
• D.C. fridge
• Electronic ignition furnace 12,000 BTU
• 2 burner stove
• Stainless steel sink
• Fire extinguisher
• Venetian blinds
• Roof vent
• Spare tire
• 1,000 lb. tongue jack
• Mud flaps
• Custom wheel package
• 30 AMP converter with battery charger

Options
• Awning
• Screen room
• Fantastic fan
• Oak interior
• Insta hot water heater
• Stereo system
• TV antennas
• Solar panel
• Fluorescent light package
• Custom exterior colors
• Entry door window
• Outside storage cover

Specs.
Tires: *** 13”
Height: *** 7’ 10”
Frame: *** 14’ 2”
Body: *** 10’ 1”
Weight: *** 1395 Lbs
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Old 11-19-2002, 05:55 PM   #2
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HI
Nice looking unit.The only thing I don't like is DC fridge I prefere having a backup. IE propane ,110 volt and 12dc:)
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Old 11-19-2002, 06:07 PM   #3
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They have a note on their website that they will customize their trailers to your needs. I don’t know what all that means.
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Old 11-19-2002, 07:16 PM   #4
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Coincidentally, I spoke with one of their salesmen today. He said the earlier info we had was incorrect. The only model currently available is the 13 foot model - no bath. Any difference is prices advertised has to do with options added.
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Old 11-21-2002, 02:13 PM   #5
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Good to see Trillium FINALLY got their website up and going. I agree with Chester about the fridge.

I also would not want my battery exposed as it is.

Nice Trailer. :)
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Old 11-21-2002, 02:27 PM   #6
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propane

where's the propane tank? and where else would the battery go. that's were mine is. Am I suppose to move it somewhere?
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Old 11-28-2002, 12:48 AM   #7
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My guess is that the propane tanks are an option (standard stuff to charge you more for up here...they get ya on the extras)

The battery should not be sitting out there. A Marine/RV deep cycle battery sitting out like that would be gone - real quick.
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Old 11-28-2002, 07:16 AM   #8
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Trillium page

I found this somewhere on this site.
www.trilliumtrailers.com/
If you look at the pictures closely you will notice that some are missing faucets and other parts. They must be still working on getting things going. I believe the propane must be standard because the furnace is however I do not recall it mentioning that it was a propane furnace. I would love to see one and have one.
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Old 11-28-2002, 10:16 AM   #9
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They're pretty!

Ya gotta give the new Trillium folks credit! At least that is a clean, pretty design compared to the other fiberglass trailers out there right now. (JMO, of course)

Am I the only one out here that finds that having the RV's manufacturer's name splashed all over the unit offensive? If I ever got a Scamp or Casita, I'd order the thing with a plain vanilla wrapper.

Even the high end 5th wheels do it... and I just don't get it. Last thing I wanna be is a rolling billboard.

I do like the looks of these... even tho they're still missing a potty, it looks like it might be worth a trip up to Canada to go get one! :steer
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Old 11-28-2002, 10:56 AM   #10
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Plain vanilla wrapper...

works for me. That's at the top of my list when I order
*remove ALL decals from exterior*.

Just doing my homework,
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Old 11-28-2002, 11:10 AM   #11
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Just make sure all your tea's are crossed and your eyes are dotted. as if you don't already know that. This is Sallyco that I met at Bolerama, isn't it? I'm JannKaay. Canada is the place to buy trailers as long as you have all the right paperwork when you hit the border, or at the tag agent.
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Old 11-28-2002, 11:27 AM   #12
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crossin' those T's

I had a little glitch in my paperwork for DMV here for that first purchase (shouldn't have listened to the seller about the *original* registration paper - I needed that, not a copy), but in the end, it all wound up being worked out just fine.

After going through it once, it's really not a big deal to get a unit up there and bring it home, IMO. Everything must have worked out OK for you, right?

The border didn't give a rat's behind (sorry Pete) about me bringing the trailer back into the US... they didn't even look at it!

I'm still thinking that I really love my little escape pod... but I'm also still thinking of buying another 5th wheel too. The escape pod is great for the runaway weekends I've got planned... but there are still times when I want all the creature comforts.

A girl can never have too many RVs. :) (more fun than diamonds!)

:cheers

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Old 11-28-2002, 12:20 PM   #13
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Sally, the Rats and I understand. Did you actually declare the trailer at the border as a purchase, or just drive it thru?

Tell more about the entire process; never know when I might find myself in EhLand in need of a replacement trailer.

Thanks, Pete and Rats who are constantly checking their behinds as they are apparently a hot item of trade and commerce
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worked out

Of course it did Sally, thanks to your good advice. The Canadian side ask why are you here and how long? and I said Oh, about 3 hrs, just going to pick up and trailer, and he sent me back to the US side to make sure I knew what I needed, which I did. so did a little circle around and back. on the way home, the main thing they couldn't understand was why? go to Canada for a trailer? they got the dog out and circled the trailer, lucky the previous owner didn't carry drugs in it. Oh and to check to make sure it fit the regs.
Thanks again for all your help Sally.
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