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Old 09-28-2016, 02:40 PM   #1
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Plumbing Conversion assistance pls

We have a 30' Exiss Liveaboard Horse Trailer.
It is a lovely unit, but built without a sink in the bathroom, which I find very inconvenient when two are living in small quarters (we use as a weekender or for going to events). I found on line a corner sink, which is small enough that when mounted, does not impede the action on the toilet, or interfere with head space. The taps and stoppers all good. (we would loose the use of the lower wall cupboard, but so insignificant compared to the luxury of having a bathroom sink. I have called a few places about having this installed and they don't want to give me the time of day. It is right above and behind the toilet, So with flex hose, is it possible to tie into the toilet water supply and tap into the Grey water reserve under the unit without too much difficulty? We are located in Vancouver, BC Canada, (if you know of anyone capable or/ my husband, is very handy, so is this something we should be able to do ourselves?

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Old 09-28-2016, 06:10 PM   #2
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Terrie; Welcome to iRV2. and hello from up the coast.

Sorry I can't help with a repair/install facility , but I'll ask a question .
Is your trailer equipped with a water heater and do you need hot water plumbed to the sink too?

JMHO; Almost all trailer repairs are DIY jobs , for anyone with patience and the right tools.
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