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Old 04-09-2010, 01:20 AM   #1
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I just wanted to post up and share with everyone
After lurking and reading til all hours and asking many questions of all of you on this forum I ordered the wife her new 2010 trillium outback . I bought her a used 2002 but she didn't like the layout , was going to buy her the 2006 that Nichole Adams has here for sale a great lady by the way and great price on her trailer thanx Nichole . Looked and inquired about a U.S. made trillium as well but after meeting Joe Thoen and touring his plant 3 times chose the outback .

All said and done just wanted to give the wife a trailer that she would be happy with for the next 30 or more years !!!!
So after much thought and research ended up with the following :
-2010 base trailer slightly changed with the following options
-front dinette combo
-fantastic fan with built in thermostat
-spare tire w/cover
-fridge upgraded from a 1.7cu ft to a 3.1 cu ft
-exterior led light package
-gravel guard package
-maxx air cover for the fantastic fan
-marine style a/c outlet with adapters ( so shore power cord is not pushed into the storage compartment )
-7x7 ft awning
-european black tempered glass top flushmount sink with shurflo pump
-2x110a/c outlets
-hole in front dinette seat for porta potti w/door
-xtra removable closet shelves
-eliminated the stove out of the trailer
-eliminated all exterior graphics and or decals
-dual 6 volt batteries
-custom fabric that she chose unknowingly lol
-a manual trailer dolly which will be mounted to the spare tire rack
-a 9x12 awning ground matt
-limo tinted windows all the way round
-interior led lights ordered from superbrights in the U.S.

The trailer should be ready by 2nd week of may and the build should start on this coming monday it is all paid for the plate is registered and the trailer insured today lol . It is going to be a surprise for her can't wait to see the look on her face . If there is anything that any of you would add or subtract from the build feel free to chime in I would appreciate that greatly . I will post pics once were all done till then thanx for your comments and all your input I look forward to meeting you at some point in our fiberglass future , once again

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Old 04-09-2010, 05:33 AM   #2
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Congratulations Mike (and wife) I'm sure you're now excited waiting for the egg hatching!!
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Old 04-09-2010, 06:45 AM   #3
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Hi: mike stone... Gee eliminating the stove must mean you'll be out for lunch and dinner a lot!!! Sounds great...Gotta see shots!!!
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Old 04-11-2010, 01:53 PM   #4
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Thanx for the positive comments and yes anticipation is building and now can't afford to eat out lol , we'll use the fold n go stove . picked up a memory foam topper for the rear bed as well and gave some thought to adding access doors to the storage under the rear bed but are reluctant to put any more holes in the shell . When we pick up the trailer we will be going camping straight from the factory to radium hotsprings the canyon campsite . Now need to start compiling a list of things to incorporate into the trailer such as pots , first aid kit , 30yr old glenfiddich , new bed for our english bulldog yup can't wait , cheers mike
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Old 04-11-2010, 07:26 PM   #5
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congratulations, again, mike on your purchase and surprise gift!!! she will be thrilled.

and i think that the 30 year old glenfiddich will be a stupendous addition!

if you need any further help/input, just PM me.

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