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Old 08-07-2012, 08:49 AM   #1
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What did original '74 bath/shower hose look like?

Have a 74 Overlander International, rear bath, with a small bath tub on which someone has replaced the shower hose completely with a strange swing arm faucet, with no room to swing. There is no hose or wand. There is no faucet directly to fill the tub. Totally non original equipment. There remains the original hot/cold faucet on the wall, which works. The water comes on, and comes out of this odd faucet. In order to get back to original equipment I would need to know what the original equipment was. Can someone upload a photo or two of what the proper plumbling is supposed to be? Thank you.
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Old 08-07-2012, 05:39 PM   #2
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I just happen to still have my 74 Overlander in the front yard from having been camping this past weekend. My bathroom has had a slight remodel done, but the shower hose, wand, and faucet are all original to the best of my knowledge.
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Thank you so much for the photo. A picture is worth a thousand words. Now I can look up some original parts. I see you have used the sticky/removable command hooks to hang a shower curtain. Good idea. By the way, how do you fill the bath tub? With the shower wand?
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We typically camp without a sewer hookup, so we conserve water and rarely fill the tub. If we are washing the kids, we usually plug the tub and then just let them splash and whatnot in what is caught in the tub from the shower. Maybe a couple gallons at most. We have never actually "filled" the tub an used it to take a bath.
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So there isn't a faucet for the tub, right. Just the shower hose and wand. One would have to put water into the tub with the shower hose. Is that correct?
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Yup. Correct.
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