Shower installation in a 1996 Coleman Bayport

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  1. Airadam23

    Airadam23 New Member

    Mar 31, 2017
    San Antonio, Tx
    I decided to install a full shower in my pup. A tankless propane water heater will be used mounted outside. I’ll post pictures of the build. It’s already meeting my expectations and most importantly the boss. The cost have exceeded the 250.00 I paid for the camper. Oh well!

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  2. Airadam23

    Airadam23 New Member

    Mar 31, 2017
    San Antonio, Tx
    Some updated pictures!

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  3. Dingit

    Dingit Active Member

    Mar 8, 2017
  4. jnc

    jnc Welcome from New Hampshire

    Nice Job. I like it and please dont let my DW see it or I will have to make Her one.
  5. mstrbill

    mstrbill Active Member

    Mar 17, 2013
    Austin , Texas
    Look like you lost the entire dinette. For my Bayport, I used a cut-down utility sink for the pan, ran a shower head from the sink and d-loops in the ceiling supported a PVC pipe ring for the shower curtain. Also I had re-plumbed the drain piping to use household standard waste pipes and fitting. A Tee was added to connect to the drain on the sink to get rid of the shower water.
  6. CamperChrissy

    CamperChrissy Active Member

    Nov 25, 2016
    Chicago suburbs
    Looks like a nice, usable shower - plenty of room! I love to see people making their PUP in to what works best for them.
  7. BigTap

    BigTap Active Member

    Feb 22, 2018
    Worcester Area, MA
    This looks amazing! However how worried are you about how low the trap hangs below the frame? Any concern for it to be damaged while driving or is it something that is removable while driving
  8. Airadam23

    Airadam23 New Member

    Mar 31, 2017
    San Antonio, Tx
    I was worried at first but it’s really about even with the axle. I do want for more clearance for piece of mind. I’m planning on doing the “axle flip” to get a little more clearance for some bigger wheels and tires. We just did about a 300 mile trip this weekend and didn’t have any problems.
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