Here is what I did to lift off my Trillium
1300 shell from frame for total modification. All works had been done by....just me with simple basic tools: a car jack, 4 car stands/or even 4 garden chairs. Some pcs of woods...
-First, empty trailers as most as possible: fridge
, sink, tank...bunk bed, table out all mattresses. In my case, I even took out all cabinet doors and gas stove.
-Second, dismantle gas line, label them and save good fittings. In my case I just cut all off and replace with new fittings and stainless steel pipes. Then cut off green ground wire from frame, disconnect all harnesses. In my case, I just cut all off and put in total new wires/harnesses.
-Now, cut off all bolts which connect frame with shell..In my case there were 6 total. Next step..TIME FOR ACTION..
Using car jack with a short piece of wood to lift off one shell corner without poking thru it. Hold its position with a car stand. Do the same thing for other side, no matter front end or rear end you choose. When one end of shell is lifted off, I slide a steel rail across and let it positioned on 2 car stands. In my case I actually use 2 garden chairs. Now the empty shell is so light
and easy also safe to work with. Lower shell one corner at a time to station on rail. Using same method with a second rail. In my case also using other pair of garden chairs...After all, take off 2 wheels from frame. now the frame is dropped ON THE FLOOR AND BE AS FREE AS A BIRD. You can pull it either way with possible make **** dolly ( My case I use a piece of plywood rest on 2 black water pipes. THE END and good luck. ...