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Old 09-14-2020, 03:48 PM   #1
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Holes in the outhouse?

How many insist on a hole per person?

In all seriousness, looking at a ton of layouts for our soon to be coach. One thing we've always valued is the ability to have more than one toilet everywhere we lived. While we won't be full-timing, we will be using it more than a couple days a month (the RV and the toilet). Part of me is concerned about walking away from a "great" coach- one that has almost everything perfect we want- from that "good" coach that has everything but two rumble buckets.

For those that RV as a couple, how important is having 2 toilets on a scale from "I can hang it out the window if nobody's looking" to "I need my own dedicated space at all times just in case nature calls"?
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Our last two coaches have had the bath and a half and I would not do without it. I stay up later and rise earlier than the DW so having my own bath up front is very important. I would not have a coach without the dual potties and there's just the two of us.
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Old 09-14-2020, 04:08 PM   #3
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One toilet...2 adults and it never presented a problem
Even when we FTd

Have 2 full baths in S&B and I have to remember to add water to sink/shower drains during AZ summer cause Master Bath is the one that gets used.

Non issue for us.

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Old 09-14-2020, 04:11 PM   #4
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The toilet is in a separate room across the hall from the shower and this works fine for us!
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Old 09-14-2020, 04:21 PM   #5
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The toilet is in a separate room across the hall from the shower and this works fine for us!
Same!

2nd toilet isn't that important to us.
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Eat at different times.....lol
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Been RVing since 1968. I have had 10 campers. All had one toilet. Never had a problem. I would rather use the space for more storage.
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The toilet is in a separate room across the hall from the shower and this works fine for us!

Same here!
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Same!

2nd toilet isn't that important to us.
I concur.
Second potty is third bush to the left.
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I have been RVing for almost 50 years and always had one toilet. Never really a big problem but, inconvenient at times. Now I have a bath and 1/2 and really love it. Would absolutely, never go back to a single bath.
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The toilet is in a separate room across the hall from the shower and this works fine for us!
Yup, you just have to learn to get along. I hung out in bars for many years. I know how to hold it. Get in line and hope no one bumps into you.
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You know most campgrounds have restroom facilities? What do you think the tent and pop-up campers use?

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Old 09-14-2020, 05:03 PM   #13
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The toilet is in a separate room across the hall from the shower and this works fine for us!
Same here, 1 toilet
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We only have one and it works out just fine but the one we have is a Tecma and if a motor or pump goes out we are screwed waiting for parts/repairs.
Just something to consider.
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