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Old 10-19-2016, 11:44 AM   #1
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Year: 1984
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1984 Thomas pusher needs plumbing

I have a 1984 Thomas pusher conversion that is mechanically perfect.

Its been converted with a bedroom in the back, and basically a open floorplan in the front - with a transverse mounted bench behind the driver seat and 2 forward facing captains chairs on the pax side.

Lots of space!

I am contemplating installing a head, shower and kitchen - on a budget.

I'll need to install a grey water storage tank, supply tank and waster heater.

Is there any resource to obtain these parts used from a wrecked RV or salvage yard? Anyone here have any success adding plumbing system to a thomas bus of this vintage? I have tons of space for tanks between the wheels on the driver side... and possibly propane tanks as well.

Wayne
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Old 10-19-2016, 12:17 PM   #2
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Our '89 is probably a good start to look at. We're using a dry toilet to side step the black tank. Check out our thread......
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