Under Bunk Cupboard Access Doors - Fiberglass RV


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Old 07-15-2016, 08:54 PM   #1
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Under Bunk Cupboard Access Doors

Hello has anyone out there installed cupboard doors under the bunks in a 1300 Trillium?
I find that the top access by pulling up the mattress and the little plywood cover is quite awkward.
Also I want to be able to slide a porta-potty under the front bunk area.

Another question is about the entrance door, mine is missing the trim/seal at the bottom. There are holes in the fibreglass, so I know there was something like a threshold with a seal or something. Does anyone have a photo of this?
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Old 07-18-2016, 01:03 AM   #2
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I signed on tonight with the same question. I've seen posts where the front fg bulkhead has been removed and replaced with one cabinet. There has to be a clever improvement to the under seat bins
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Old 07-18-2016, 06:43 PM   #3
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I have actually seen these cupboards in the 1974 brochure.
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It is just a scan, but you can see where they fit the porta potti under the front bunk. I would just like to see a close up to see how they cut the hole. Don't want an experimental failure!
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Old 08-19-2016, 11:06 PM   #4
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My 77 1300 Trillium has a cupboard door under the gaucho, with two drawers inside. Some Trills also came with a second cupboard for sliding the portapotty into. I would like to install one of those in mine.
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Another question is about the entrance door, mine is missing the trim/seal at the bottom. There are holes in the fibreglass, so I know there was something like a threshold with a seal or something. Does anyone have a photo of this?
I think you might be referring to the metal trim peice that is screwed into the threshold of the door. It provides some protection to the edge of the door from feet hitting it.

It is one on the very bottom edge of the door frame itself. In my photo you can also see an additional peice of flat aluminum trim that I used to hold down the new vinyl flooring I just installed.
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