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Old 12-06-2010, 02:00 AM   #1
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Toy haul clothes washer addition

A while back I asked around about adding a washing machine to a f37sp toy hauler. Well... I'm done with the modification and thought I would post the how-to and finished results on our travel blog in case anyone else was looking to do something similar.
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Old 12-06-2010, 03:24 PM   #2
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so how do you dry your clothes then?
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so how do you dry your clothes then?
I tend to wash one load a day. There is my wife and I, only. That load is perfect to go on a drying rack like this one. I also have a couple retracting clothes lines in the back of the garage area, so they aren't outside to piss off the RV park management and also so blowing dust doesn't get at them.

If we get lazy and let it stack up, then we wash at home and dry using the RV park laundry room dryers.

My wife keeps telling me how she wants this dryer that matches the washer. Which I will eventually break down and buy and install with a diverter so it can heat the RV in the winter and vent to the outside in the summer.
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ah i saw those at sears. id rather get stacking front loads or an all in one for the money of both units.
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ah i saw those at sears. id rather get stacking front loads or an all in one for the money of both units.
I'm not for all in ones because I hate waiting for the drying cycle before I can do a second load.
My F37sp is only 30amp so I think an electric dryer is out of consideration. I think I might put in a propane dryer.
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