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Old 05-17-2015, 11:03 AM   #1
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'64 Globetrotter fresh water install

Hello everyone. I would like to share my fresh water setup I installed in a 64 Globetrotter. It was installed under the couch that was designed over the left wheel well. I installed a 20 Gallon tank, with a SHURflo 2.9 GPM pump. The intake is equipped with a external water pressure regular and then enters into a one inch diameter hose that goes into a sediment filter. I ran 1/2" clear tubing through the interior going to the outdoor shower inline water heater, outdoor faucet, and sink faucet. All lines were clamped and shut off valves were installed below the sink and exterior shower head. I vented the tank out towards the inner wheel well and sealed it up from the elements. I then insulated the entire tank, pump, and lines, being that we use this thing quite often in the winter time. As always input welcomed!
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Old 05-17-2015, 02:52 PM   #2
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Thank you! I have gutted my 65 globetrotter. Really helpful posts in your work!
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Old 05-17-2015, 04:21 PM   #3
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Your welcome. We just recently finished our Globetrotter so if you need to know anything else, i'll be glad to help!
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Old 05-18-2015, 09:37 PM   #4
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Thanks are always welcomed. You know just starting out on the forum...
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I hope you don't get green algae in the clear 1" and clear 1/2" hoses.
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I hope you don't get green algae in the clear 1" and clear 1/2" hoses.
I did notice that at one point it started trace amounts of algae form in the inlet hose and I went to a aquarium section at your local convenience store and bought an algae treatment for fish tanks. It has seem to clear it up and keep it from coming back. Another side note, we don't drink this water.
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Your welcome. We just recently finished our Globetrotter so if you need to know anything else, i'll be glad to help!
Did you happen to do anything with the toilet?
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The reason I ask is I have a 1964 and I would like to change my toilet out with the new model.
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