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Old 10-18-2014, 09:31 PM   #4355
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RV anti freeze, so I don't have to go out and get some at the last minute. WM also had what seemed like a good price.
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Old 10-18-2014, 10:41 PM   #4356
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RV anti freeze, so I don't have to go out and get some at the last minute. WM also had what seemed like a good price.
Can I ask how much? I got mine @ Manards for $2.67 and a $1.00 rebate up to 4 gals
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Old 10-18-2014, 10:45 PM   #4357
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Can I ask how much? I got mine @ Manards for $2.67 and a $1.00 rebate up to 4 gals
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Spritz, that's a great price. It was $3.47 down south it's a good price. Up north they must buy in bulk for that price.
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Old 10-18-2014, 11:41 PM   #4359
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Old 10-18-2014, 11:50 PM   #4360
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Old 10-19-2014, 06:15 AM   #4361
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I have tried that too, I returned 9 of the parts. I finally found the U part and it will connect to the sewer drain, I now have to find the straight piece that goes from the drain in the tub to the U part. It screws on then gluded to the U part, and all the ones I have found needs to be glued instead of screwing on. There is not much space to attach the part that comes off the tub drain, maybe 2 inches after I hook up the end that goes to the sewer.
It is also a tight fit to get to the area to work on it I'm 6'2 235 So I can get one arm in there and that's it.
The second to the last place I was at was a plumbing store. They are the ones that referred me to the Wholesales place that wouldn't help me. "But" they referred me to the last place which is a MH/TT store that ordered it from the wholesales place
I realize its a old MH but this is ridicules.
I am taking the MH with me so one way or another I am going to get the right part on Monday.
I know its been a headache but I have a thing about taking a shower after Joe Smith just got out of it.
By the way I also have a bucket of left over parts but they work in the S&B but not the MH. I also have some experience with plumbing, 28 years in Office Bldg Maintenance and countless bathrooms.
Can't wait for Monday to find out if they got the right parts for me.
Thanks for the info. And sorry for the length of the post. Sorry to highjack the OP.
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Why not start a separate thread on this in the vintage site if you haven't already(I seldom look in on you folks there)? You might just help others in the same boat .... errrr RV.

As far as size - I'm 6'4" but only around 205#. It's mostly the length of body pieces that creates space problems I've found and really hate unreachable plumbing.
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Why not start a separate thread on this in the vintage site if you haven't already(I seldom look in on you folks there)? You might just help others in the same boat .... errrr RV.

As far as size - I'm 6'4" but only around 205#. It's mostly the length of body pieces that creates space problems I've found and really hate unreachable plumbing.
Good Idea, Thanks, Tim
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4 new 6-volt golf cart batteries.

Had to replace house batteries on the road. Did a search, made a call and found some for $59.99 each. They went on clearance that morning.
Beats the $126.99 regular price.
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4 new 6-volt golf cart batteries.

Had to replace house batteries on the road. Did a search, made a call and found some for $59.99 each. They went on clearance that morning.
Beats the $126.99 regular price.

Check the date codes.....if they are several years old you got no bargain !

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A clear plumbing extension plus a clear elbow to make sure the black tank --- ahem ---- poo pyramid goes down the drain. Also a Valterra tank cleaning wand for the same reason. The trailer, a 2014 high mid level unit, has a flusher, but it really doesn't break things up very well when we are parked at our semi-seasonal CG site and have the tank pumped only weekly by a $ervice.

Then 4 gallons of RV anti freeze @$2.98/gallon at Home Depot - 2 years worth, that is. Wally World was out as evidently they had an early season super low price and people bought case lots. Lowe's wanted $5/gallon for the same stuff that HD was selling. Also invested in a new blowout plug I can attach my compressor quick disconnect to rather then having to use the one that I needed to hold a tire fill fitting against. This way I can set the compressor to 30 or so pounds then open each tap while the pressure is on the system -$8.00/a CAMCO part
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Spritz,

I was in a similar state and found the P-Trap on Amazon by googling the part number on the original.

I was replacing the bathroom sink and found the other piece from the sink to the P-Trap at an RV place.

Plumbing places were no help to me and nothing else fit.

This is on a 1994 Monaco Signature.

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Spritz,

I was in a similar state and found the P-Trap on Amazon by googling the part number on the original.

I was replacing the bathroom sink and found the other piece from the sink to the P-Trap at an RV place.

Plumbing places were no help to me and nothing else fit.

This is on a 1994 Monaco Signature.

Paul
Another let down today and I took the MH with to make sure it would fit and it didn't. roughly 80 miles R/T they re-order it again but this time I will take the daily driver suppose to be in Tuesday morning.
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