I need a few Pieces for my TRILLIUM1300 - Fiberglass RV

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Old 04-15-2006, 11:52 PM   #1
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OK I have started to take apart and to replace things on my trillium1300 1979. I first took the little tray above the table and made a nice pine piece in there since the orig. piece of particle board was peeling with its stick on cover. That turned out pretty clean. A little dangerous since I used my table saw to route the grove where the rubber edging goes, but my fingers are in tack.

I also replaced my drain on my plastic water tank and made sure the new hose I added went through the bottom and drained outside, not on the inside of the tub. I set it and it fills and drains nicely. Funny Story, when I went to the outside of the trailer to stick the hose in the hole, I was surprised to see that the thing covering the hole was a cork. I had quite a good laugh. Needless to say, I think the whole water tank thing for me is just for cleaning and washing. NO DRINKING WATER FROM IT.

I also got a new pair of table brackets from a very nice man that had some to sell. I mounted them today and they work great. Thanks Gene Graff.

OK So what do I need.

I am going to put the regular hand water pump back up on the sink.. SO does any one have one of them. Here is the hole that it came out of. Again it is for a trillium1300.

I also need a cabinet handle. The pull side plastic insert is broken. Here are two pics of what I am talking about.

I also need one more window cranks and two screws for putting this one in and a new one I hope to get. So anyone with some parts that they have available, please sell them to me. I know that someof you have taken out your handpumps water faucet and put in 12v ones. I am going basic so I need you old on that works.

Thanks for any help you can give me. Rickster
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Old 04-16-2006, 05:20 AM   #2
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Hi Rick. I purchased cabinet latches quite similar to yours at my local camper shop. They had to order them for me and it took about a month to get them. Most of the shops have the same catalog available, you just meed to find someone that will take the 5 minutes to look them up. Be careful which handle that you order, on some, the screws come through from the back like yours and on some they screw through the handle into the wood with wood screws. I ended up ordering the wrong ones.
The window cranks were also in the same catalog.

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Old 04-16-2006, 06:28 AM   #3
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As Bob mentioned, you'll probably want to order everything in once fell swoop, in the meantime here's a link from our Helpful-Links page for the windows: Helpful-Links, Windows and Window Parts Maybe you'll find your window cranks from one of the links.

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Old 04-16-2006, 02:03 PM   #4
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We replaced our window cranks with the newer "wheel" style cranks makes for cleaner fit and easier to turn for those of us that may be developing arthritis(?)

I am looking for some of those cabinet latches as well, but I need some that either are stainless or at least LOOK like stainless....
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Old 04-16-2006, 03:12 PM   #5
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Ace Hardware has those latches. At least, the one here in Hooterville does.
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Old 04-16-2006, 07:11 PM   #6
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I completely forgot about the cork!

I had a good laff at that too. It worked...

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