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Old 09-30-2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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1979 Dodge Sportsman Royal 22ft

I just bought this unit and I'd like to convert the interior to a mobile barbershop. I can't find wiring diagrams or a floorplan online for it. Where can I download the pdf or anything on this unit? I'm a first timer so please go easy on me if this is a silly request lol
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Old 10-01-2013, 12:13 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum! You will only find the manual for the dodge part of the MH. Hope it helps SNO
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I think you will find that most of the wiring is 12v and comes out of the converter. The 110 v will all start at the breaker panel. The roof is all clear span that was put on after the walls were in place. I have seen a dog clipping unit made out of a motor home but never a barber shop. Good luck.
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Welcome to the forum! You will only find the manual for the dodge part of the MH. Hope it helps SNO
Wow, I was hoping that wouldn't be the case. Blueprints are out of the question too then I guess. Thanks for the info
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I think you will find that most of the wiring is 12v and comes out of the converter. The 110 v will all start at the breaker panel. The roof is all clear span that was put on after the walls were in place. I have seen a dog clipping unit made out of a motor home but never a barber shop. Good luck.
I'm gonna get help with the build from someone with contact and electrical backgrounds. This will be my first time and I don't wanna med it up. The setup would be similar to a grooming rig though. Clippers and wash station mainly. I appreciate your info
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It has the 360 in it, 22ft, and the mb300 chassis I think. I've got ideas but very little knowledge about dodge.
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You can get a hayne's manual for the dodge chassis. I think I would be worried about the water supply and grey water tanks not being big enough for your plan, not that you could not add to what you have but that would be a concern. SNO
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You can get a hayne's manual for the dodge chassis. I think I would be worried about the water supply and grey water tanks not being big enough for your plan, not that you could not add to what you have but that would be a concern. SNO
The tanks have been replaced with 40 gallon tanks. I've been advised to go with a 5000 watt generator mounted to the back deck space and a thankless water heater. It's all mumbo jumbo at this point because I'm just a barber lol. I'm thinking about reconfiguring the bathroom because I don't need the shower and the toilet would be better if it was placed where the shower drain is now.
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