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Old 10-27-2012, 03:57 PM   #1
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Close-fit replacement for Trillium 3-burner Stove

Hi, Y'all

Much as I love my Trillium, and as well as the stove still works, the deteriorating condition of the stovetop bugs me...I've done the various finishes, including bbq paint. Even tried baking that stuff on! But nothing's really held up, and I finally stripped it all off and now have the same black-spotted top that most others do. I've looked into powdercoating, but just came across this brand new stovetop that can be had for about what powdercoating would cost around here.

It looks like a near-perfect fit, though it would require a bit of trimwork. But for $116.00 including shipping, I'm seriously considering buying it.

Even comes with a cover!

Anyway, he's got more than one, so here's a link to the ad for anyone else that might be interested:

RV camper White 3 Burner Drop in Cooktop Stove w Cover | eBay


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Old 10-27-2012, 07:08 PM   #2
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Whooo $75 for a new stove top is the cheapest I have seen yet! Nice find Francesca! I have the same problems as you with my old stove and the cost of powder coating isnt far off from that....

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Old 11-02-2012, 09:07 PM   #3
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If anyone buys one of these will you post a picture of the cover??? Wondering what everything looks like............
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