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|I have a 33ft. bluebird I plan on converting to a race car hauler (rear 17- 18ft.) and a small lounge in the front.Thinking of a small shower,I can't find anything online as far as a kit.So I was thinking of a metal framed 2ft. x3ft. shower made of metal with a drop in the floor for more head room.Then rubber coat it like the back of a pickup bed (rhino lined).Does anyone know where to get the complete enclosure's online?But I like the idea of a drop floor for headroom,I had a '79 wanderlodge and it was tight.Thanks Dan Parker parkerchassis.com|
|Re: shower????????||Phil Feinstein||4-5-05|
|I *WAS* going to suggest the Lowe's website, but after spending a few minutes there and not finding a complete enclosure, I think your best bet would be to go to your local Lowes or Home Depot or plumbing supply store and getting info from them.|
There is a brand carried by Lowes called Transolid and they make shower pans, but I can't find if they make enclosures or not. Worst case, you could use some hard backer or marine plywood and tile or cover with laminate.
I think your idea for a drop is *VERY* kewl!! the floor of a bus is plywood, plus you have all those supports underneath. a little angle iron and some welding and this would be as strong as if there was no drop at all. My only concern would be sealing it from the outside so when you drove over a puddle you wouldn't get water in the bus or when you took a shower water wouldn't leak out of the bus.
|Just go to Lowes and look around, they have kits there, you buy the floor pan, and three wall units, assemble them inside the bus...total cost is around $200 for the complete shower stall...|