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Old 12-18-2013, 06:09 AM   #15
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I bought the hinges from McMaster Carr a few years ago. Part number is 1276A52. As I recall, the 3/8" offset was not listed but when I entered the number they showed up. They were about the same price with shipping and they take a credit card.

As far as the Great West Trillium, moving to Canada and going through dealers seems to have increased the price of the 1300 to about the same price as a 15' Escape or Parkliner. Raz
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Old 10-01-2015, 05:25 PM   #16
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McMaster Carr still stocks the Kason #139 hinge with 3/8" offset. Just a few days ago, I ordered hinges from McMaster Carr for my Trillium. I entered part number 1276A52 on their web page as mentioned in the above post. I have already received and installed the hinges.

On one of the hinges I received, the pin was inserted for a left hand door. I carefully tapped out the pin and re-inserted on the opposite end of the hinge.
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Good to know they still have them. What's the price up to? Raz
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Old 10-03-2015, 10:50 AM   #18
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The hinges were $59 each; shipping was $5.
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Old 10-04-2015, 03:14 AM   #19
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The hinges were $59 each; shipping was $5.
That's not bad. I think I paid $55 a few years back. As I recall I had to swap one pin as well. Oh, by the way, welcome to the forum , Raz
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Raz, thanks for posting the original information (the hinge source). The old hinges were extremely worn after 38 years. Also, thanks for the welcome. John
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I love it! You guys are responding to a 2007 percent thread.


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Apparently old threads are like vintage eggs... they don't have an expiration date.
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Those hinges aren't getting any younger. It's kinda surprising that they still make the exact same hinge.
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I'm looking for a few parts for my 76 Trillium.

1) An amber lens for the front side light or even the whole unit. (not the new LED as it needs to match the remaining three)

2) A red stick-on reflector on the corner front.

3) a complete cover/lid for my water in take port.

If anyone has any information, please let me know.
Thanks!
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I'm looking for a few parts for my 76 Trillium.

1) An amber lens for the front side light or even the whole unit. (not the new LED as it needs to match the remaining three)

2) A red stick-on reflector on the corner front.

3) a complete cover/lid for my water in take port.

If anyone has any information, please let me know.
Thanks!
Those are all generic RV parts not specific to Trillium. As such an RV store is where I would look. Take the old ones with you. That said, dont be surprised if you find you have to replace more than you would like. For example the lense may be obsolete so you have to by the whole fixture. Good luck, Raz
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