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Old 10-04-2015, 05:16 PM   #15
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What size is the bed in one of these RV's?
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Old 10-05-2015, 11:17 AM   #16
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What size is the bed in one of these RV's?
In a 4500 the bed measure's 52"x 76" and in a 1300 it measure's 46"x 76" allowing a couple of inches.....
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Old 10-05-2015, 07:15 PM   #17
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Thanks Randy I really appreciate the info.
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Old 10-05-2015, 08:01 PM   #18
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I don't really know how much they weight, someone on here can probably answer that question because I have read on here where people have carried them and weighted them..
From the Trailer Weights in the Real World Thread - Excel Sheet - there are unfortunately only 3 Trilliums Listed:
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13' Trillium T1300 1600 240 1840lbs
15' Trillium T4500 1804 170 1974lbs
18' Trillium T5500 3060 340 3400lbs
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Old 10-05-2015, 08:39 PM   #19
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From the Trailer Weights in the Real World Thread - Excel Sheet - there are unfortunately only 3 Trilliums Listed:
axle hitch Total
13' Trillium T1300 1600 240 1840lbs
15' Trillium T4500 1804 170 1974lbs
18' Trillium T5500 3060 340 3400lbs

I really didn't think they weighted that much, I roll mine around my drive way with my hands only.. Sure these are not metric weights.

I need to pull one down to the scrap yard and get it weighted I guess because I though the label stated something like 1000 lbs but they probably lied................
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I really didn't think they weighted that much, I roll mine around my drive way with my hands only.. Sure these are not metric weights.

I need to pull one down to the scrap yard and get it weighted I guess because I though the label stated something like 1000 lbs but they probably lied................
Randy the weights on the thread are normally trailers loaded up for camping.... you btw would not be the first person to be a little surprised as to how much their trailers actually weigh - which is the beautiful thing about the Thread and why its called Real World Weights
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Old 10-14-2015, 06:44 PM   #21
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Hello,

Is this one still available? Its right in the range I wanted to spend, the bathroom/shower are not important to me, (a portopotty is fine.) I'm actually looking to live in it. I'm a nurse and when in Alaska had a dry cabin so, It is not a radical change for me. Thank you, Jen
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Old 10-14-2015, 06:53 PM   #22
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Hello,

Is this one still available? Its right in the range I wanted to spend, the bathroom/shower are not important to me, (a portopotty is fine.) I'm actually looking to live in it. I'm a nurse and when in Alaska had a dry cabin so, It is not a radical change for me. Thank you, Jen
Yes it's still for sale... There's someone on here "Go-Jane-Go" who said they might drive down from Pennsylvania to look at both of them, this one and the 1300... The way she talked it seemed like she was more interested in the 1300.. All I know is first one to come gets first choice.......
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I don't really know how much they weight, someone on here can probably answer that question because I have read on here where people have carried them and weighted them.. There are several pictures of each one I have for sale.. there's a link on each one that shows the renovation except for this one...But if you need more pictures tell what you want a picture of and I'll take it and post it....
Thank you Randy, I am going on leave until the end of October so it works for me for Go Jane to have first dibs.

I'll check the links and message you.

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Trick to removing front window in 1980 trillium 4500

Hey Randy, I've removed all the screws and putty from the outside of the front window, it feels rather loose except the bottom. The inside aluminum flange seems to be one piece with the outside and it's way too big to go thru the hole. Any tricks to get it out. It was leaking in top right corner and needed to be resealed..Any help would be appreciated..Thanks
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We just bought Randy's other 4500 and I can vouch for the quality of his workmanship. I've seen all three of his Trilliums and would have loved to snatch them all up!
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We just bought Randy's other 4500 and I can vouch for the quality of his workmanship. I've seen all three of his Trilliums and would have loved to snatch them all up!

Wonderful!

Hopefully there will still be one for me in a couple weeks!

Jen
p.s. but I can only haul under 2K lbs with my car so fingers really crossed.

p.p.s. you get to change your status to "owner"
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Congratulations Pete. I love Trilliums and hope I get to see yours before too long. You don't say where in NC you are, but we aren't too far apart.
BTW, we're having a mini rally at Hungry Mother State Park, near Marion, VA, Nov, 1-4 if you feel up to a cool weather camping trip. Full hookups available.

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Old 10-18-2015, 12:10 PM   #28
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Glad to hear you are pleased with the camper, hope you get years of camping out of it and keep me informed on any upgrades you do.. I love seeing idea's other people come up with on these little campers to make them their own... Headed to South Dakota in two weeks and I'm already packing.. can't wait to get my dog out there and let him do what he was breed for hunting pheasant's and ducks.....




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