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Old 07-22-2019, 04:54 PM   #1
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Shower mods impressed wife

Wife had used the stock shower once before and hated it. Wife has been using CG shower rooms since then. I installed an Oxygenics shower head a while back. Then I added an Extend-a-shower curtain rod recently. Wife used it this weekend and liked it much!
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Old 07-23-2019, 12:33 PM   #2
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One of the first things we did was remove the flow restrictor in the mixing valve and added an Oxygenics shower head to our RV, and we like it much better now.

We've done that on the last two we've owned.
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Old 07-24-2019, 08:02 AM   #3
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As an extra bonus, grab an adjustable water pressure regulator when you can. A good bit of campgrounds are only 40psi, but there's quite a bit that are higher. The fixed regulators are only 40, but the PEX piping in new RV's can handle quite a bit more. I think I have mine set to 80psi max, but most folks don't trust it that high. I've read that PEX is good to 100, but the random fittings may not be. My wife loves the new setup and says now she can get the shampoo out of her hair!
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Water lressure

I own a 2015 FR Microlite 21DS.
Where can I find info on water pressure limits for my TT?
My TT is for sale, btw.
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Old 07-24-2019, 02:07 PM   #7
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Pffft!!

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How about Happy Spouse, Happy House!?!?!

“happy wife, DEFINITELY happy life” is sooooo limiting!!!! All partners should seek to keep each other happy!!!
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I own a 2015 FR Microlite 21DS.
Where can I find info on water pressure limits for my TT?
My TT is for sale, btw.
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Never seen any model-specific or brand-specific information, for water pressure limits anywhere.
Just limits for RVs in general.
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Old 07-24-2019, 02:14 PM   #9
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I own a 2015 FR Microlite 21DS.
Where can I find info on water pressure limits for my TT?
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Dont think you will find trailer specific pressure limits. I think its just a general concensus that the max pressure should be regulated or restricted to 40-50 PSI to limit damaging system
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One of the first things we did was remove the flow restrictor in the mixing valve and added an Oxygenics shower head to our RV, and we like it much better now.

We've done that on the last two we've owned.
Bama Rambler, can you provide more info regarding the location of the flow restrictor in the mixing valve on your setup. I went on a hunt this evening and couldnt find anything. If I get some better clues on where to look, I might go back in.

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