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Old 05-01-2015, 12:54 AM   #61
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I hated my shady the HWH, fresh fill, city water, black flush were on the side with the doors and 30 amp was in the back...
It makes no sense to me that they put any utility connections in the door side.

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Old 05-01-2015, 09:05 AM   #62
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It makes no sense to me that they put any utility connections in the door side.

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I know but since it was my first I didn't think about it too much until I started camping had to carry extra hose and wires really annoying


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Old 05-15-2015, 09:26 AM   #63
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Anyone ever figure a way to put up doors on a Roo 23IKSS shower? Curtain is fine for me but the GF has issues. I am just curious what others have done to make it easier to use.


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Old 05-15-2015, 09:29 AM   #64
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Wicked they make an extender that replaces the standard ring at the top that holds the curtain and it extends it out quite a bit at the top. I have not tried it but it might be worth checking out to give a little more room.

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Wicked they make an extender that replaces the standard ring at the top that holds the curtain and it extends it out quite a bit at the top. I have not tried it but it might be worth checking out to give a little more room.

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Ive got one of these I haven't installed yet. Still trying to figure the best way. Let me tell you they are heavier than advertised. I ordered one from amazon and they report 1.5 lbs. I weighed it and it was a little over 5 lbs. That being said, you really need to insure its mounted pretty solid into the walls.
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I also noticed after I posted it that it seems more designed for tub showers but I know I have seen similar ones for corner showers. Whitmw's feedback is good to know...the ones that come with the camper seem pretty light.
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Old 05-15-2015, 09:59 AM   #67
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Never seen anyone find a way to put up doors on a hybrid's shower, not even the ones with a tub.
Just not big enough.
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I've seen that extender. What if worry about, unless it comes with an extra long curtain, is that the extender will make will the curtain too short and waste will get out even more than it does now.
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For anyone getting a 23IKSS Roo I did this to prevent kitchen slide from cutting into Awning

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No more rubbing and if wind picks up I am protected. The packages are in plumbing isle of HD $2.97 for (4) 3 foot sections and fits tight over the top of the kitchen slide.


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I have this camper and my awning doesn't touch my slide. It is about 2" above it.
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I have this camper and my awning doesn't touch my slide. It is about 2" above it.

It will in wind mine doesn't touch but wasn't taking any chance


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