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Old 06-26-2014, 12:07 PM   #1
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I'm in search of a 12' piece of off-white/ivory (or even white, if it's all I can get ) 1" t-moulding.
I know the photo is kind of dark, but the piece on the left is what I need. The piece on the right was a sample from tmolding.com and the piece that snaps into the channel is too thick.
This came out of my 1975 Trillium 1300. I'm not sure if it's original or not.
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Old 06-26-2014, 03:40 PM   #2
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Kelly, if all else fails you could cut the kerf deeper
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Old 06-26-2014, 04:27 PM   #3
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The one on the left snaps into the female strip glued to the fibreglass. Tom Young from Trillium RV can probably still get you some.
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If your old one is wrinkled, drop it in a bucket of hot water and it will straighten out long enough for you to get some from Tom.
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Old 06-29-2014, 10:11 PM   #5
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I'm just missing a 12 ft chunk of it that goes from front to back window. When Tom finally returns,
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Sorry, hit "reply" too quickly...
When he finally returns, do y'all think he'll sell in shorter lengths than the 80' listed on the parts order form?

Also, on the website under parts, it has this new info: "After July 30, 2014, please contact Sterling RV / Great West Vans at 888: 498-8267 US; in Canada 204: 338-9303" Maybe I'll try calling tomorrow too instead of waiting for Tom to return...
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Try calling Tom on the 775 number listed here: http://trilliumrv.files.wordpress.co...partsorder.pdf

I know he is in Canada and in an area that has spotty cell coverage. Leave him voice mail.

I'd consider replacing all of it, as there may be a colour difference after 30 some odd years.
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Were you successful in finding your t moulding? I need one long strip myself and do not know where to buy it.
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Dave, I have clicked on the link and it takes me to a blank page. I need 120 of the t moulding trim. Can anyone let me know if they've found what they need please? Or is there another product that works well? I'm willing to put something up that doesn't even match - just want the finished look.
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Old 06-12-2015, 10:25 PM   #10
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Paul Neumeister in Sebringville, ontario has some in his shop, I bought 20 ft or so in the Fall.
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345 Huron Rd, Sebringville, ON N0K 1X0
(519) 393-6410
Not sure that he ships to the US but You could give him a call...
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I picked up T-molding in the bath section at Loews.
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Thank you Jay and Charlie - Is it exactly, almost exactly the same or did it require cutting to make it fit in the track? We do not have a Lowes store here - Jay, if it is exactly what I need I will call Paul - we live in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Looks like the same stuff you put between a stove and counter top. It can be bought at Home depot or Lowes.
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Thank you, Diane - I have looked online and I cannot find anything resembling it at Home Depot or Lowes. Have you actually purchased it there?
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