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Old 03-14-2015, 09:39 AM   #1
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Outdoor shower

We camp a lot at the beach. I would like to know if I could extend the hose on the outdoor shower so I can put up one of the shower tents and what effect it would have on the water pressure at shower head. I know some of that depends on the pressure at the hook up. This way we could get all of the sand off before coming in MH. The tent would allow us to get the sand off in private places LOL. We have a Winnebago 27 N if that has any bearing on answer. Thanks
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No Problem

Shouldn't be a problem. Make sure to use a pressure type hose connections other wise it will bulge and possibly burst.
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My outdoor "shower" came with a hand sprayer on the end...like you'd find in a kitchen sink. I cut it off and replaced it with the male end for a standard hose. Now I can use it for anything, including washing the MH.
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Old 03-14-2015, 10:23 AM   #4
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I saw this on the Forest River Legacy forum mods to outside shower.
Seatech 15 or 25 foot hose from freshwater systems.com.
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When you unscrew the shower head on your outside (short) hose, you can just put on an adapter and use anything you want. The threads on your little plastic head are 1/2" pipe thread, so just go to your nearest big box store or hardware store and get the adapter you need. No need to cut anything unless you want to get fancy.
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Should work no problem.
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Old 03-14-2015, 02:54 PM   #7
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Thanks , I should have ask if anyone has used the tent shower inclosure and what brand. Thanks again for the come back.
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