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Old 08-27-2013, 09:45 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Grim View Post
A self-coiling water hose with a nozzle can be purchased at Target for less than $20. It is likely cheaper than the air hose and fittings.
I have to say you might be happier with this route. Or trailer came with am outside shower. Bit we still carry one of these. I run it off a wye fitting at the campground water source for full pursue high flow water. Great for hosing off kids, dogs etc.


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Old 08-28-2013, 09:50 AM   #12
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If we are at a CG that has water to the site then I hook in a T and run 2 hoses, one for the camper and.the other for spraying off. But of the 17 or so nights that we have be camping this year only 5 we have had water to the site, all the others are at county CGs where you have to fill up the tank before we go.

The whole reason I am doing this is to try and keep as much sand out of the camper as possible since my 4 y.o. DD usually finds a way to be covered from neck down.

As for the SS fittings, I have a good buddy who is a master plumber and owns his own company, I got the fittings from him. I don't know what they were actually from or why he had them, but they will work great for me, hopefully...

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Old 08-31-2013, 02:00 PM   #13
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Please get us some pics. I just bought an '08 Vortex toy hauler for deer camp, and would love to have a sprayer like that. I have one on the Sandpiper and want one on the Vortex. Now that you've explained what you were doing. doesn't seem all that difficult! I hope I'm right!

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