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Old 08-16-2016, 07:22 PM   #11
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I have found the outdoor showers pretty weak and lack luster anyway. Consider this; I went to a local hardware store and purchased fittings which enabled me to take off the shower head (handle) and fix a standard hose fitting to the end. I then put a quick release fitting on that. Now I can hook up a standard garden hose spray nozzle or in the case of filleting fish, I can set a table up away from the TT, and fillet and rinse off the fish.
Or if I ever go to a full hook up campground and I feel the need to wash my truck (or the trailer)....
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Old 08-16-2016, 07:32 PM   #12
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Or if I ever go to a full hook up campground and I feel the need to wash my truck (or the trailer)....
That's a no-no here in Indiana. I suppose there are some private campgrounds where you can wash the rv/truck but not in the site.
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NVGUN40, I really like that idea! Sounds like a fairly easy thing to do too. I'm like you in really not seeing a use for a shower head outside when I could hook a water hose and maybe a regular spray nozzle to to it. That would be much more useful to me. Again, thanks for each of your responses to this thread. I'm sure I will have more questions, because I have a fairly large imagination and love to tinker with things even if they aren't broken...
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Old 08-16-2016, 09:33 PM   #14
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On our out door shower the hose simply goes up turns left and comes back down and out then the hose is wraped around the faucet.thanks for calling me weird.
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Believe me, in my world "weird" is not a derogatory word!
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Old 08-17-2016, 07:54 PM   #16
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NVGUN40, I really like that idea! Sounds like a fairly easy thing to do too. I'm like you in really not seeing a use for a shower head outside when I could hook a water hose and maybe a regular spray nozzle to to it. That would be much more useful to me. Again, thanks for each of your responses to this thread. I'm sure I will have more questions, because I have a fairly large imagination and love to tinker with things even if they aren't broken...
You're welcome.
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Good stuff Man. Thanks for the idea. You should send this to Jayco. I'm thinking they could use this. Much more useful, and can still serve the intended purpose.
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Te" you see through the top hole in the outside shower cabinet is the shelf under the sink and beside the toilet. Jayco should have noticed this problem and corrected it when building the first 212. There is another outside shower that had the discharge between the hot/cold knobs and faces outward. The compartment door might still be an issue with this one. The mod I did still drips slightly, but does not get into the trailer.
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