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Old 04-21-2013, 12:51 PM   #91
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Change it out and put in an Oxygenics Shower Head.

Oxygenics 130-XLF25 BodySpa SkinCare Handheld Shower, Chrome - Amazon.com

Well worth it.
X2. Made a big difference on ours.
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Old 04-21-2013, 02:05 PM   #92
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Do you just replace the shower head or the whole faucet?
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Old 04-21-2013, 03:12 PM   #93
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Just the shower head. You can replace the hose if you want, but we didnt.
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Old 04-21-2013, 09:17 PM   #94
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Picked up some parts for my next mod today. Pretty basic but wanted to be able to connect city water and black tank flush with single hose. Going to make a couple short hoses connected to a "Y" garden hose splitter and keep hooked up in the water hook up area. Then I will only have to run a single hose to the camper and can turn the black tank flush on and off from there and not run back to the water spicket. Also bought a check valve for the black tank side, but not sure if I will use it yet.
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Old 04-27-2013, 07:51 PM   #95
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Not a mod for the camper, but figured I share the savings in case any of you are considering airbags.

Just ordered the following for $795 shipped. I'll have $100 in rebates to bring my total down to $695. I actually ordered from AutoAnything on a pricematch.
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It took me a bit of time to track the best prices down, but I saved atleast $400, probably closer to $500.
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Old 04-27-2013, 09:50 PM   #96
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Picked up some parts for my next mod today. Pretty basic but wanted to be able to connect city water and black tank flush with single hose. Going to make a couple short hoses connected to a "Y" garden hose splitter and keep hooked up in the water hook up area. Then I will only have to run a single hose to the camper and can turn the black tank flush on and off from there and not run back to the water spicket. Also bought a check valve for the black tank side, but not sure if I will use it yet.
I would definatly want a check valve or vacuum break valve on the tank flush if it's staying hooked up all the time. You don't want anything getting sucked into your water hose if someone screws up.
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I would definatly want a check valve or vacuum break valve on the tank flush if it's staying hooked up all the time. You don't want anything getting sucked into your water hose if someone screws up.
Exactly why I bought it......I am usually the only one that messes with the water, but sometimes the nights are long and my memory slips Appreciate the reminder and validation that I need to put that in line though!
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For some reason the off door side vents in the bunkhouse have lower flow than the awning side.
Finally got to test ours out (no 50 amp or 30 amp at home yet.) Mine is the same way. Might dive into it a little tomorrow as I dont have all my tools at the CG.
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While out on our first trip in the new QBOK we had to add a couple of quick mods. The first was the DW's idea. We went to a big box hardware store and bought a carpet runner that was cut to fit for the entry way.



Then we realized we needed somewhere to hang coats. So we also picked up some Command Hooks.



Follow the instructions and they work great!

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Haha! We did the exact same command hook mod on our first trip!! I guess great minds think alike!!
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