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Old 12-09-2022, 05:24 PM   #1
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Upcoming trailer mod.

I don't have my trailer yet but when I do, one of my first additions will be this. Maybe one day these will be standard equipment.
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Inside, or outside on a deck ?
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Inside, or outside on a deck ?
It's inflatable so wherever you want.
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150 gallons of water plus your weight. Make sure it's on a solid base

I have one and it takes the heater 16 hours to heat city water to 102 °.

Many CGs don't allow them.
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We camped by a couple this summer who had one of those in the back of a big toy hauler
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150 gallons of water plus your weight. Make sure it's on a solid base
I really wasn't thinking about filling it in the trailer.
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I have one and it takes the heater 16 hours to heat city water to 102 °.
Maybe a few gallons boiled on the fire would get the party started?
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Many CGs don't allow them.
Boo.
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A lot of parks will not allow an outdoor pool so they would probably not allow the hot tub either. oh and water weigh 8.33 #/Gallon. So 100 gallons is 833#.

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Maybe a few gallons boiled on the fire would get the party started?

Boo.
Nope, not even close. Do the math.

Now an on demand water heater and a 100lb bottle of propane may do the trick for tonight if you light it early.
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I filled mine with hot water from a 50 gallon electric water heater. Once I ran out of hot water it ended up at 68 degrees. 10 degrees more then tap water and then the DW complained of no hot water.
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