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Old 06-13-2016, 12:18 AM   #1
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Shower drain

My first post on this forum i bought this 2002 32' allure a few months ago and have been working on it since I brought it home still haven't registered it. Got some stuff sorted out but a ways to go. The shower was leaking on to the ground due to a cracked pan flange so I unscrewed it and tried to get a new flange at the hardware store and a couple or rv places. I can't find a flange with the correct pipe thread? I don't want to have to replace the part the flange nut screws into as it would be a major feat to get it out and a new one back in. Any ideas? I checked with gr,eg at CC but haven't heard back from him. I still have my classic GMC that I have owned for 30 years I want to see if this CC will work out as I'm hoping before I put the GMC up for sale.
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I would think its a basic 2inÁh shower drain. But in rv could be 1-1/2
Home Depot,Lowes or local plumbing supply


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Yes I have found that same drain at Home Depot . The top section unscrews but the threads are not the same as the one on my coach so it won't thread into my coach. Too use the lower part of the Home Depot piece you would need to some how get the shower stall removed or gain access to the piping underneath it which would be a real project. That is my problem.
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I'll be at the coach today and I will see if there is a name on my drain
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Mine is a little older it's 2inch with no name on it. I think your best bet is to bring the top piece to a real plumbing supply house and have them try and match it up.
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No name on my drain cover, just two screw holes to hold it down. In this case, I'd do what Mike suggested
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No name on my drain cover, just two screw holes to hold it down. In this case, I'd do what Mike suggested
Yes mine is similar 2 screws holding it down and no name. The main plumbing supply here has no idea who made it and has a poorer supply then Home Depot. Country coach in Oregon as yet hasn't been able to supply a replacement. I'll drive to Reno later this week and try a larger rv supply and hope for the best.
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Yes mine is similar 2 screws holding it down and no name. The main plumbing supply here has no idea who made it and has a poorer supply then Home Depot. Country coach in Oregon as yet hasn't been able to supply a replacement. I'll drive to Reno later this week and try a larger rv supply and hope for the best.
I suggest a call to either Kevin Waite (541-953-6162) or Bob Vinson (541-870-6233).

These two guys worked at CC back in the good old days and know everything about your coach. They are excellent techs and are willing to help.

I would try a regular plumbing supply house for the parts. Take in some pictures as an aid.

I would not wait on the CC parts house to help. Supposedly, the server that holds all CC info took a dump and it will be awhile before it is back up, if ever.
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I suggest a call to either Kevin Waite (541-953-6162) or Bob Vinson (541-870-6233).

These two guys worked at CC back in the good old days and know everything about your coach. They are excellent techs and are willing to help.

I would try a regular plumbing supply house for the parts. Take in some pictures as an aid.

I would not wait on the CC parts house to help. Supposedly, the server that holds all CC info took a dump and it will be awhile before it is back up, if ever.
No luck in Reno Kevin didn't have access to the drain Bob is still trying to locate a drain thinks he will know tomorrow if he can get one. CC parts as yet hasn't called or emailed me back. Thanks for the contacts
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