replacing shower house in Flagstaff SE

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  1. FLJeepChick

    FLJeepChick New Member

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    I just purchased a '18 Flagstaff Sports Enthusiast PUP that has a cassette toilet/shower combo. Would love to install a longer hose on the hand shower and be able to suspend (but still be able to remove it) it from the ceiling as it loops on the floor and you end up stepping all over it when using the restroom. Any ideas and pics on this mod would be appreciated. I have included a pic so you can see how the shower hose lays in the shower. forest-river-flagstaff-228bhse-rw7028-int-031-BR.jpg
     
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    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    Im thinking something like my dog shower hose with a quick release would be something you are looking for. I just don't know how well it would work on your project. My hose is to essentially enable me to bathe my dog in my shower at home. When the hose is attached via the quick release connection the water only goes through the hose. When the hose is detached it acts like my regular shower. However the RV faucet is plastic so not sure how it would work.
     
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    and I just realized I put 'house' instead of hose on the thread.....that's what I get posting before I have had enough coffee!
     
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    Hi, I am a newby to pop up portal. I have been looking at the Sports Enthusiast Pop Up. I know this section is about putting in a longer hose but I was wondering if your happy with this pop up. It is so beautiful and it looks like it has everything I would want in a pop up.
     
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    I bought a shower curtain rod (twist an lock type) attached the shower head holder to that. Put curtain in place and mark a "X" on the curtain where the the shower head mount is on rod and cut the curtain. I have the oxyngenics shower head. The shower rod goes from the top edge of the shower tub to the roof. This works for us maybe it will work for you, good luck.
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    doesn't it come with a base for the shower handle to be put on? I have it in mine and I could hang my shower handle on it. I do not use it so I put away the shower stuff and use the toilet instead.
     
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    Yes, but it is mounted by the soap tray at knee level.
     
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    ah knee level! Flagstaff were nice enough to let us shower feet! [:P]
     
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    jnc Welcome from New Hampshire

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    My Niagara has a Hook on the ceiling. It looks like it would work for people under 6' tall.
     
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    That’s exactly what I want to do with our shower. Neat setup.
     
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    Just use the "edit" button on your post. I have to edit my fat finger entries a lot.
     
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    Mine, too. I looked for it yesterday when I was camping. I had to look because I never use it.
     
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    Halford Well-Known Member

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    Guess you can put a hook on ceiling.
     

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    Im 6'6" and the celling hook works fine. You might have to bend your head, but its not bad at all. Most people my hight have problems in regular showers anyway. Problum is if you drop the soap, lol, its hard took keep all your body parts inside the shower. This unfortunately happens in smaller shower stalls also.
     
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    jnc Welcome from New Hampshire

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    You have a few inch's on me But I know the Pain. There are bot many showers that I can stand under or bend over in.
     
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