Originally Posted by idlebabyboomer
...and it appears to have had 12 volt lighting
at one time.
Does that mean the 12v fixtures have been removed? I wouldn't have thought the previous owner would have pulled all wires even if he removed the fixtures.
Where does a normal Trillium that size store its battery? Maybe the picture gallery at the front of the site has a picture showing it if none of the members volunteer the information. Under a bench, on the tongue somewhere?
'm guessing there are no taped up battery cables somewhere on or in the trailer. Inside the trailer and it's going to need a battery box that vents to the outside and not the inside. Even AGMs should be vented "overboard".
I'm also wondering where the battery charge wire is terminated at the trailer end of the tow connection cord. That might be another indicator of where the battery was.
Probably going to need at least a 4-6 fuse DC distribution block. One with a cover is a good idea. A converter is nice but in a pinch you could carry a charger for mid-trip replenishing the battery. Going to need a deep cycle battery that fits wherever you decide to put it.