So I finally got a lot to put my trailer on!!!
I am going to put 16" blocking under the trailer, probably about 5 sets or more (40 ft trailer), remove the wheels, and take the front V hitch off (4 1" bolts and it comes off).
So, I want to move the water and power hookups from the side wall to have them go through the floor of the trailer. I plan to leave the slides out permanently and skirt the whole trailer with plywood, foam board and siding. That is to ensure that it will not be an ice cube in the winter lol! Has anyone ever re-routed the water and power? anything I should be cautious of? floor joists/paneling etc?
Also Sewer!! My trailer has the black tank just over the front axle, and the tube comes out and over the axles with a valve there, then goes to the back and meets in a V with the grey water with another valve there for each. My question is if the black and grey water pipes are just normal black PVC pipe? I would like to shut off the sewer and drain the grey water then re-plumb them to the sewer hookup that will be firmly under the trailer and in the skirted shelter and I am going to run heat tapes along the pipes and under the tanks to. self regulating kind i think so that it only heats where it need to heat.
any thoughts or opinions?