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Old 04-26-2016, 02:00 PM   #41
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I think itat meant the factory changes to the new shower enclosure was a big improvement.
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Old 04-26-2016, 02:09 PM   #42
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Oh, One thing 99% of us would like to change but Future Darling Wife and I get by with the Roo shower now, next RV will be a fifth wheeler with a fiberglass shower enclosure for sure.


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Old 04-26-2016, 02:15 PM   #43
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Yeah, that was one of the first things we always look at when we are at the RV shows, the bath or shower. Those 5th wheel showers are now getting residential in size for sure.
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Old 04-26-2016, 03:18 PM   #44
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Yep, without major structural changes, that enclosed shower won't fit in older models.
FR modified all the floorplans to accommodate this new shower. So some things were lost.
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How did you run the cable so its not seen ?
1- I went behind the big TV in the main room and installed a cable splitter.

2- Connected a 30 foot cable..... drilled a hole in the wall and dropped the cable.....but it wasn't going nowhere

3- I unscrewed the DVD radio, pulled it out, and found an opening to dropped that cable.

4-I went in the bathroom, and in the cabinet under the sink, I grabbed the coaxial cable through the opening.

5- I drilled a hole in the floor and dropped the cable to the ground

6- Went under the camper and brought it to the front using tie wraps to attach it on the way

7- Drilled a hole where the front cabinet is and brought it up and installed it.

I did fill both holes I drilled with silicone that expend.

Total time to do the work (about an hour)

Some may think it's stupid to have a TV in the front, but when you go to bed at night, the closer the TV the quieter it will be !

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