View Poll Results: Would you like an outdoor shower on your A/S?
Yes! Calgon, take me away!!! 50 90.91%
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Old 07-10-2005, 10:33 PM   #15
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After looking at the outside shower head, I'm going to get it next winter "winter job".
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Old 07-11-2005, 05:58 AM   #16
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Standard on 2006 25' Safari SE

The outside shower is a new standard item on the 2006 25' Safari SE only (not the Bambi). The Fogdall dealership wasn't aware of this yet either. Supposedly Airstream intends to extend the SE option to the 28' Safari at some time in the future.

Forums member inflt has one of these models but is currently on a road trip I believe. I've PM-ed him to look in on this thread when he gets back -- and hopefully comment. I'm aware of a member in California who has just ordered the same trailer -- I'll ask him too.
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Old 07-11-2005, 11:16 AM   #17
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Another option

I also miss the outdoor shower that I used to have in my truck camper.

Here's a lot cheaper & simpler option:

http://www.campingworld.com/browse/s...=4353&src=SRQB

Of course it's only cold water, and it only works if the campground has water hookups, but it might work for you.

Just a thought -- if you do install an outdoor shower, be sure to add an outdoor water pump switch. Every time I had sandy feet and wanted to use mine, the water pump somehow sensed this and magically got turned off, and the switch was inside by the sink, well out of reach to someone standing in the doorway, trying not to get sand in the camper.
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Old 07-11-2005, 09:12 PM   #18
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Now that one cheap shower set up. But it well work!!
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Old 07-13-2005, 03:30 PM   #19
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Outside shower

No my 2005 25 Safari SE did not come with a outside shower. Just returned from the first trip.
Here is the report.
The Titian pulled it very well and got between
10.5 & 12 mpg @ 70 mph sometimes 75 but I tried to keep it at 70. It tracked well only the large trucks had an effect on it but wasn't bad. In the mountains we climbed up 4 and 6% grades. Just had to pull it into 3rd and it climbed around 50mpg @ 3000 rpm. Would like to have a hensley hitch but don't really think it needs it.
Maybe If I find a used one in good shape.
All systems in the trailer worked perfect with no problems what so ever. One nite the heater came on at 55 it had never been used before so had some fumes and set off the smoke detector. Little excitement but after awhile everything was fine.
The only negitive thing I can say is we felt the toilet area is too small. My wife on I are only 5'7 and its tight tall folks may have an issue with it.
Anyway its all cleaned up and back in its house waiting for its next trip.
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'inflt' Alan -- You think that bathroom is tight! Take a look at a new model with dry bath 23' Safari. Click the bathroom photo on the right. Nope, you don't host many guests inside a trailer this size, but I am asking how one can ever attend to 'business' with that door closed? I have heard of a few folks who angle their stool to make seated position more normal.

I guess there aren't many side position bathrooms with generous headroom due to all models having the same ceiling height and curvature.

C'mon over to the 2006 Safari Special Edition thread and please share any continuing adventures with your new Airstream! I pick mine up in 3 days -- nothing more challenging than the hills of SW Wisconsin for starters...
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Crazylev: Your posts and your picture is NUTS. Love them. Brightened my day.
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