Please let us know how it goes. Parker
Will do, but it'll be a few weeks til I get to really use it. Current plan, compatible with no-shower-tent areas/ no-grey-water-on-the-ground areas:
Shurflo pump hooked to my Scamp's freshwater drain, supplying 9 gallons, rigged to a cigarette lighter cord driven from Scamp or Subaru.
Outlet of pump running via garden hose to Eccotemp L5, hanging on side of scamp with a rope over the top to hold the unit.
Hot water line/hand wand snaked through door.
Shower enclosure consisting of PVC pipe shower curtain frame (not made yet), the curtain being a SunShower portable vinyl enclosure, 30" square.
Shower tub being the top half of a plastic cartop carrier, inverted. My measurements say it will fit and take up the whole floor... haven't tried it yet... otherwise, the bigger of the two Lowes square plastic washing-machine anti-leak pans ($30)
600 GPM bilge pump , with a switch in the cig lighter cord, to evacuate the tub to a 9 gallon spare Scamp-type tank on the ground ouside the door.
Yes, it is too complicated. Parts are all modular and many can be omitted when using in less restrictive areas. I had all this stuff (other than the enclosure) running on 12V in my kitchen this morning, troubleshooting, sans propane
BTW up to now I just carried a SunShower and that enclosure, for nice weather it is fine.
Parker, I wouldn't worry about having a built-in shower in your camper, for me, I can't stand up except in the dead-middle of my Scamp anyway. The front-shower units would be difficult and I would lose the open-plan feeling which is so nice in a Scamp 13.