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this is the cord i made was able to use the factory hole in the front of the scamp
the hole i drilled for the water line and a couple pics of the water heater and the line running to the shower head
i put a shut off in the supply line ran it acrossed to the same side that the other water hook up is on and put a garden hose female hook up for easy connection at the campground
a pic of the hand held shower head i put an on off adaptor at the head for saving water the drain was a sink drain from lowes for $12 the shower curtain rods are made out of pcvp pipe and fittings chose to put a curtain acrossed the back to keep the toilet area dry and i put the 12 volt light in its original place no sense running water on a light fixture even though it is only 12 volt purchased plastic rings and a shower liner at target for a total of $5 this weekend already have my harley knobs just need to find my cabinet doors then make a door for the shower pics of the doors coming for the final installment and the project will be complete
Hi there! I like how you did your shower, I am restoring a 1971 Boler (just joined this forum) and adding a front bath. I turned the front bunks 90 degrees to where the original kitchenette was and they will also convert to a couch so the toilet is on the door side of the shower. I came up with this idea right after we bought our Boler home 3 months ago and just last night I happened to be on the ParkLiner website and seen that they actually design their trailers exactly like what I had in mind except they made their bunk also turn into a side dinette. So I am adjusting my design of the bunk/couch to also serve as a dinette too. For the shower pan we opted to use a utility sink so it will be multi purpose (sink for washing hands/dishes, a shower and also a tub for our 2 year old. I am making the floor under the shower pan removeable so when we are at camp I can lower the shower 4 inches with custom built platform that will sit on the ground so I have 4" extra head room (I am 5'9' and standing in the shower my head is right at the ceiling.) We are also using a propane instant water heater which will be mounted on the wall beside the porta pottie toilet and vented out the roof.
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