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Old 05-10-2012, 08:51 AM   #11
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Pharoe.. I think you are a Manitoba member..
I order all the time from Camping world and other American suppliers.
I have my order sent to "Mikes Parcel Pick Up" in Pembina North Dakota.
He will receive any package for you for $5.00.. its a one hour drive, so I wait until I have a few items.. but it has saved me lots of money on USA shipping.
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Old 05-10-2012, 10:23 AM   #12
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I also did this Mod last year on both inside and outside shower heads. They do use less H2O. With my new expansion tank with the pump off the head ran for a good 2 mins before the pressure finally gave up.
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Old 05-10-2012, 10:49 AM   #13
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Pharoe.. I think you are a Manitoba member..
I order all the time from Camping world and other American suppliers.
I have my order sent to "Mikes Parcel Pick Up" in Pembina North Dakota.
He will receive any package for you for $5.00.. its a one hour drive, so I wait until I have a few items.. but it has saved me lots of money on USA shipping.
Thanks Lady W. yes I have heard of that working. Will give it some serious thought. Thanks for the reminder
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Old 05-10-2012, 12:55 PM   #14
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I also did this Mod last year on both inside and outside shower heads. They do use less H2O. With my new expansion tank with the pump off the head ran for a good 2 mins before the pressure finally gave up.
I need to look into that expansion tank mod too...
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Old 05-15-2012, 07:17 PM   #15
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Here's a couple of photos of another recent mod I did. Basically, I replaced the standard Jayco shower head with an Oxygenics since I had heard they really increase the water pressure while conserving water in the process. My first time out, I loved the increased pressure of the shower but I missed the shut-off I had on the old shower head so I added this unobtrusive shut-off valve I picked up at Home Depot for under $5. The whole job took only about 10 mins and the cost was under $35 total.


Mike,

Is the shutoff valve just a piece that screws in between the water supply and shower head?

I have the shower head, but need to pick up the shut-off valve at HD.
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Mike,

Is the shutoff valve just a piece that screws in between the water supply and shower head?

I have the shower head, but need to pick up the shut-off valve at HD.
Yep... cheap and easy
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I have found them several times at HD. Made by Danco. I ended up installing them at home also.
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Already picked one up at HD.

Thanks guys!
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It really makes taking a Navy shower so much easier. Wet, soap, rinse. Hit the shutoff between steps and you will see how much water you conserve... but more importantly, how much you aren't wasting down the drain filling your grey tank.
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