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Old 09-29-2019, 08:55 PM   #1
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Boler 1700 Bathroom Reno ideas

Hi,
I am back to renovating my Boler 1700 after quite a delay... Life/kids get in the way!
I am looking to put a bathroom back in our Boler 1700. My wife has few requests but a working toilet is mandatory.

I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions about a toilet, black water tank, sink and maybe a shower stall pan etc...

Anyone re-purpose a Scamp bathroom before? I have an empty shell to design my trailer so I am open to all suggestions!

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Old 10-01-2019, 08:11 AM   #2
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Graham I have the same situation with my Boler 1700. I have been looking for a toilet setup and just about given up on a shower pan. I know you can get an Airstream side shower pan that goes over the wheel well but you are taking up a lot of camper that way. I was looking at a scamp side bath shower pan as well but I haven't seen any dimensions. Honestly I have only showered in a camper once, and it was like trying to take a bath in a wash tub. If I go with just a toilet only I was looking at a cassette toilet as the easiest option.
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Hi Eric,
I really only wanted the pan for the toilet and sink. We have another RV with a shower and we have used it but very little.
Being able to rinse out the washroom seemed like a good idea but the extra work may not be of high value.
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Graham - I know the toilet in the scamp can be a stand alone unit but personally found it too small and too high to use. One of the reasons for considering a cassette toilet also messing with the plumbing of a belly mounted back water tank doesn't interest me. My Boler didn't have tanks either. As for a sink in the bath room it just seams redundant. It's not like I can't walk all the way across the camper to wash my hands.. Of course I am also looking at changing up the lay out and stealing from the Airstream Base Camp with a galley across the front and twin beds in back. In fact that may be the source for you shower pan.
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We are likely not putting in a kitchen so that is why the bathroom sink is important.

We never cook inside as we don't like the grease smell or attracting mice in the off season.

Our current TV has been pest free for 2 years while some in our area have had massive issues.
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