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Old 06-11-2010, 10:16 PM   #21
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Are we sure this is not related to the April 1 post about the wood-fired stove in an Airstream?

I'm down wid dat if it is.

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I'll have to admit, April 1st occurred to me too.

There is a certain precedent for a large wood water tank associated with travel. As I recall, though, a train was involved.
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Have you considered this? Not quite the same as a bathtub but it still looks like fun
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Ewwwwwwwwww, two guys in a tub together, ewwwwwwwww..........that's just not right...
An old nursery rhyme my Dad used to say:
"Rub-a-dub, dub, three men in a tub... Peewww - how unsanitary!"

I think the basis for that was something Spike Jones did back in the day.
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OK - my 2:

I've been considering (and have decided to go ahead with) converting a 31' - 34' trailer to hold the Jeep TJ over the axles, and have a front bedroom for the boys, so I have been collecting feedback, and reading the chassis threads.

Since it seems that you are only going to be holding all that water in the front when parked - why not just install scissor-jacks under the frame to support it while using the tub?

Seems to me your weight/support issue is much simpler to address than the one I'm contemplating - unless, that is, I put casters under MY scissor jacks, so they can support the frame while being towed...

HEY!! There's an idea...
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