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Punyelroo

Recommendations For Aftermarket Hot Water Shower

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Punyelroo

Hi,

Wondering if anybody can recommend a hotwater shower suitable for a 2007 Response.

Any tricks/tips ?

Cheers

Punyelroo

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SoDakSooner

Thats the one i have

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greg2vlx

Build it yourself! It's way cheaper....thats what I did and it was a fun project.

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Bradley Thornton

Build it yourself! It's way cheaper....thats what I did and it was a fun project.

What did you use as a pump. Maybe a few pic.

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Wakesetter67

http://www.bakesonli...?CategoryID=513 This is what I have. It came on the boat if you would like pics just let me know. :thumbup:

This was a great kit I purchased from Bakes, Had everything I needed, Real easy install!!!

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Punyelroo

This was a great kit I purchased from Bakes, Had everything I needed, Real easy install!!!

Thanks!

Do you choose the S102 or S110 valve - I cant see what the difference is?

Cheers

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SoDakSooner

no difference in how it works, just how you mount it. 1 is a surface mount 1 is a recessed mount

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scott_fx

Here is your pump http://www.adventure...gpm-p-1276.html

I used a y valve for a garden hose as the mixing valve and bought blue/red washing machine lines for part of the plumbing. Shower head from Lowes and some misc fittings.

this sounds like an interesting project. where do you tap into the engine to get the hot water?

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Bradley Thornton

Thanks, I needed that pump.

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greg2vlx

I put a T the heater hose going to my heater to pull hot water and then a T in my cold water intake for the cold side. I then used a metal garden Y hose fitting for a mixing valve. A couple of other fittings, some hose and a shower head from Lowes and it was done.

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srintx

I put a T the heater hose going to my heater to pull hot water and then a T in my cold water intake for the cold side. I then used a metal garden Y hose fitting for a mixing valve. A couple of other fittings, some hose and a shower head from Lowes and it was done.

Do you have any pics?

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