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Old 09-20-2016, 06:47 PM   #8821
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I helped(actually I did the work) one of my lodge members (Masonic) install a outside shower in his Wildwood. It did not come with an outside shower and a local company said one couldn't be installed. So here are the pics it turned out to be a very clean install.

cut the hole in side of trailer right behind the toilet framed the opening with treated lumber and used 1/2" PEX ran lines from behind the toilet inside the cabinet to under the tub and used 1/2" shark bite Ts (didn't take pic of this) to connect hot and cold. The pressure test @ 50 pis showed no leaks. Overall the job took longer then I expected do to the extra framing I had to do, but the end result was great. It gives me great joy to help a friend and brother who instead of a monetary reward breaks out a drink and showers you with thank you's on how much they appreciate the help and install.
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Old 09-20-2016, 06:51 PM   #8822
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Nicely done SeaDog!!
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Old 09-20-2016, 06:54 PM   #8823
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Seadog, "G", that's a nice job.
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Old 09-20-2016, 07:50 PM   #8824
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SeaDog... From one 'brother' to 'another'... nice work!
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Old 09-20-2016, 07:53 PM   #8825
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Very nice!

Mind if I ask who the supplier was?

I ordered it directly from Carefree of Colorado.
We had no local dealers and my wife was emphatic about the window awning match the main awning. I wasn't willing to risk it.


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Old 09-20-2016, 08:30 PM   #8826
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I helped(actually I did the work) one of my lodge members (Masonic) install a outside shower in his Wildwood. It did not come with an outside shower and a local company said one couldn't be installed. So here are the pics it turned out to be a very clean install.

cut the hole in side of trailer right behind the toilet framed the opening with treated lumber and used 1/2" PEX ran lines from behind the toilet inside the cabinet to under the tub and used 1/2" shark bite Ts (didn't take pic of this) to connect hot and cold. The pressure test @ 50 pis showed no leaks. Overall the job took longer then I expected do to the extra framing I had to do, but the end result was great. It gives me great joy to help a friend and brother who instead of a monetary reward breaks out a drink and showers you with thank you's on how much they appreciate the help and install.
That's what I am going to do. Install a out door shower. But every place I want to install it, there is an obstacles (wires, frame structure,) the only place I found is under the bathroom sink. But I have to turn it on it's side. It will be an easy install, because both the hot, and cold water lines are right there. When I get to it.
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Old 09-20-2016, 10:21 PM   #8827
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That's what I am going to do. Install a out door shower. But every place I want to install it, there is an obstacles (wires, frame structure,) the only place I found is under the bathroom sink. But I have to turn it on it's side. It will be an easy install, because both the hot, and cold water lines are right there. When I get to it.
I had to cut existing framing and reframe I did check first for wires and such bey using a top of the line stud finder on the inside to detect wires before I cut into the wall
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Old 09-20-2016, 10:31 PM   #8828
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Finished installing the LED lights under the trailer side skirt and on the awning poles.
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Old 09-20-2016, 11:03 PM   #8829
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Installed my new B&W Companion fifth wheel hitch. I loved my old one, but this new one is bigger, stronger, and totally badasser than the old one.

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