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Old 06-24-2012, 01:27 AM   #1
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add a shower unit to outside wall???

Hi , we are new here and new to camping ... well i did alot when
I was a kid but havent in many years and the wife is just starting.
We just picked up a 2005 georgie boy pursuit and been on a couple
trips , so far we have had a blast
Im now at the point where im starting to personalize the MH for us
and doing some mods . MY question is has anyone here ever added
one of the outside shower units to the outside wall of the MH
I have the little shower handle in the sewer line compartment on
the back side but would like to add one to the front ( pass side)to be able
to do some clean up ( dishes and such)
Has anyone cut into the wall of their mh to add this , and if so any problems doing it?
I have a nice spot picked out and the interior sink is on the other side of
the wall making water locations easy but would like to here from someone
thats done this.
thanks
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Old 06-24-2012, 05:42 AM   #2
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Be sure to use a stud finder that locates wires as well and also contact the manufaturer as they may be able to offer some diagrams for you. If you can safely hit that location, tapping into the pex is a breeze
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Another thought would be to take it to the dealer service center. With a large expensive unit like that, I would try to keep it custom looking with adding an exterior faucet. Have them cut a door w/ enclosed unit large enough to mount a nice extendable pot filler alls you really need is just some cold water to do general cleanup.
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thanks for the advise .. ill update when i get it done
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