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Old 06-26-2017, 05:57 PM   #1
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I have been researching a solution for a decent shower for a long time. Finally started to work out some of my ideas.
I decided to use a small laundry tub, shorten it and build a cabinet drawer around it. I still have to figure out some details, but have started with the little project. It is a work in progress, but you can follow it here!

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Old 06-26-2017, 06:12 PM   #2
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we don;t use the shower in our van.

we are either in a campground and use their shower- or we are in the middle of nowhere and use the outdoor shower.

before we bought the RV we used a shower bag...for years


I am just wondering how much.how badly you need to fabricate this

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we don;t use the shower in our van.
we are either in a campground and use their shower- or we are in the middle of nowhere and use the outdoor shower.
before we bought the RV we used a shower bag...for years
I am just wondering how much.how badly you need to fabricate this
mike
First, I will boondock most of the time, don't like private campgrounds at all and not fond of federal/state campgrounds. Don't like to share my shower stall.
I wanted to have a decent shower/bathroom in my Transit. My medium roof and standard long version did not allow for one. BTW even with a 'full-size' bathroom, it's an awkward space to take a shower in a van.
Two practical reasons: In winter it can be cold outside to take one. Some privacy issues. The goal is to have a fully equipped van.

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sounds like you enjoy a challenge!

and it looks like you are having fun on your site




one of my pals just bought a sprinter- I sent him straight to your site

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sounds like you enjoy a challenge!
and it looks like you are having fun on your site
one of my pals just bought a sprinter- I sent him straight to your site
Mike
You got it, I love a challenge!

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