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Well I have done tear down of the bathroom and the front galley I could go alot further but that will be for another time . I have replaced all the plumbing with PEX and PEX fittings I replaced the pump and have tested every part of the plumbing and no leaks. I have cleaned out the fresh water tank and flushed out the grey and black water tank. I have fixed a rotted spot in bath and installed the Precision on demand HW heater. I have taped up the wires to bathroom roof and installed the 4 inch thick insulation. I want to finish bath before I start anything other part of the trailer.

Well got some help for bathroom .

Posted 09-01-2010 at 10:27 AM by Mrcrowley (Renovating 1977 Airstream Sovereign international)

The plastic head board is to heavy for one person so i got some help and while I am at it I will have them help me with the rest of bathroom. I am going to keep the same setup .I was going to put in a stand up shower but I would rather keep the bathroom the same . I am going to replace the light fixtures in head board with two floresant 12 volt lights the other lights lens are stained.
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