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Old 09-15-2016, 12:48 PM   #11
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I just washed my trailer today and was eyeing up fall projects used my cell phone to sneak it into the small area under outdoor kitchen and the pex line has a threaded 90 on it,hopefully I can just screw a new faucet in
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Old 09-15-2016, 07:38 PM   #12
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We camp from February to November. In 2015 we had Thanksgiving with the families then headed our for the rest of the weekend in the StormPOD. Had a great time.
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Old 09-15-2016, 09:19 PM   #13
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Nice mod! We did something similar in our White Hawk. This faucet has a water-activated blue LED that gently illuminates the sink bowl whenever you wash your hands. It's a nice feature for those middle-of-the-night trips to the bathroom.
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Old 09-17-2016, 02:04 AM   #14
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The one beef I have with Jayco trailers is the small plastic sink that they install in their trailers. It just seems wrong that a 30k dollar trailer should end up with a 6 dollar plastic sink. Yes both the faucet and the sink seemed like they belonged to
bottom tiered product. I'd like to replace both. I do like the faucet that was replaced here.
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The one beef I have with Jayco trailers is the small plastic sink that they install in their trailers. It just seems wrong that a 30k dollar trailer should end up with a 6 dollar plastic sink. Yes both the faucet and the sink seemed like they belonged to
bottom tiered product. I'd like to replace both. I do like the faucet that was replaced here.
X2 on the sink...does the job but really feels down-market. My bathroom sink counter is little better...significantly out of level on one side. If I was full-timing it would drive me batty!
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Consideration is given to weight also, not just cost. I knew when buying a "ultralight" rig that it would not have stainless steel sinks.

I try to keep weight in mind when doing mods. But I like mods. I have famly that think I bought a Travel Trailer Kit.
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Consideration is given to weight also, not just cost. I knew when buying a "ultralight" rig that it would not have stainless steel sinks.

I try to keep weight in mind when doing mods. But I like mods. I have famly that think I bought a Travel Trailer Kit.
Me too with mods...when I put in that faucet my brain immediately demanded a Smart Tile backsplash too...I'm hopeless.
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