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Old 08-21-2006, 09:25 AM   #11
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You want low-water use? Use a plastic plant/chemical sprayer like used to spray on deck wash, etc. It'll hold one or two gallons depending on which one you buy.
Some folks use 'em to cool off......

Wet yourself down, soap up, rise off.

I've also used a five-gallon jug heated in the sun, and just dribbled on while suspended overhead...but I guess you want the portable house convenience, doncha?

Otherwise, tell them folks to bring their own water......
The tool storage is nice, but where do I put the bed?
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Old 08-21-2006, 10:16 AM   #12
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Chassis: TC-2000 Frt Eng, Tranny:MT643
Engine: 5,9 Cummins
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Found a 45 second push button valve and an anti-scald thermostatic thingie. Commercial grade stuff; Symmons, I think. Had to order them. Now I'm waiting to see if they arrive in time.

Most likely I'll run out of time to install all this stuff. But I'll be there.

Thanks for all the ideas!
Millicent The Bus - roof raised two feet, toy-hauler tailgate.
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