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Old 02-15-2015, 04:43 PM   #1
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This is what the pipes in the bath area looks like ,just seems like some other configuration would give more space. Has any one else done any thing different.
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Old 02-15-2015, 05:14 PM   #2
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I had the same thing. I believe why it looks like so much more PVC was used than necessary is because they had to get into the cabinet area to join everything. I changed the layout of my Argosy, so I had to change the plumbing. You can clean it up a little but if you change it, just remember the venting for the tanks need to be above the sink drain.
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Thanks that will help a lot, not sure if we will leave it that way or not just thinking . Did you take pictures of what you did?
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Sorry, I took before but not during. Only finished (no inside cabinet shots). It's hibernating for the winter here in WI, so no possible pix till spring.
I had two vents in my 28'. One for the rear bath and one for the kitchen sink.
I moved my bath from the rear to the center, which means I moved my holding tanks as well, so I incorporated all venting into the kitchen. Patched the hole in the roof from the rear vent.
I do have several pix here on the forums.
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