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Old 07-28-2008, 10:53 AM   #1
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I have made the decision to give my son my Ventura 13ft. He will use it on his work site in Vancouver, and then eventually take it home to the Kootenay's. He says that he is going to install a shower. I have mentioned this website that will give him more information that he would imagine. I spoke with him about having a grey water holding tank. "Nope where we go camping it's way out in the woods where it won't matter draining it on the ground". That's not my way of thinking at all.

Could someone please tell me about where to buy a grey holding tank for the shower and a little run down how you would install it. Bonnie
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Old 07-29-2008, 01:39 AM   #2
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Isn't there someone out there to offer a little of their wisdom?
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Old 07-29-2008, 09:41 AM   #3
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He may tire of having a bog below his trailer that will eventually squish out to his campsite.

I would suggest a modified shower pan on the floor, with a drain fiting and hose run to a blue tote tank. He can then wheel it to a bush (Or ten) and dump small amounts on the ground as to minimize impact.
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Old 07-29-2008, 08:01 PM   #4
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The setup Gina is describing is what TAB did for the TADA. I think it's a good trade off for space/weight. I haven't looked yet, but I do have a dealer close by, if ya want I should snap of few pics.
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The setup Gina is describing is what TAB did for the TADA. I think it's a good trade off for space/weight. I haven't looked yet, but I do have a dealer close by, if ya want I should snap of few pics.

Thank you Bonnie for your reply. I just realized that you had poster an answer about the shower installation. Pictures would be wonderful because I will pass them on to my son. He said that he is going to Vancouver and will use it for awhile at his worksite when he has to be away from Cranbrook doing a job. thanks again Bonnie W
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