Hey. It's great to see who bought another EggCamper kit. Jim told me there was one sold in Texas and one in Tennessee as well as mine in Colorado.
Weldon - did you get floorplan A or B? Also, get with me on how to install the shower drain plumbing. I found a way to get it done without cutting the triangle area out of the closet wall. Everything is hidden behind the wall. Another thing I did was install a union on the top of the waste water tank so, if I ever have to drop the gray water tank for repairs, I don't have to cut any pipes.
BTW - I also bought the shower floor / black water tank assembly as well as the fresh water and gray water tanks from Jim. I figured that way I would get something that fit without a lot of looking around.
I finally finished installing the appliances. It was a real jigsaw puzzle to get the refrigerator
, stove and sink into the area under the counter but I finally got it worked out. That was compounded by the fact that I wanted to install a deeper sink than the stock one.
I haven't had a chance to take any pictures yet. Will do so after it warms up and I can get the egg out in the sun. It's currently in a corner of the garage while I have all the power tools spread out in the rest of the garage bay.
One other comment - I would not recommend the kit version of the EggCamper to anyone who hasn't had some experience in construction work as well as electrical
work. It would be great project for someone who has restored a camper in the past or who is really into DIY. It also is a real time sink to do all the work. But, if you have the experience, it is fun to build it your way. I'm glad Jim offered the kit version.