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Posted: 09/22/20 04:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

way2roll wrote:

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... I do like the idea of using a residential one, the trick is finding one to accept the hose - preferably without the spigot.
That's what I put in, residential with hose-only with a single lever control.

Dave


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Sorry I do not. I would suggest removing your current one and going to a plumbing supply house and ask them for a single controller. You will find one with one outlet or two. If two just put a plug one of them as I did so you just have a hose sprayer.

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I tried the Oxygenics...hated it. No real "pattern", and it really didn't seem to "boost" the pressure, as many claim. I went with an oldschool RV shower head with the rotating on/off switch on the back of the head.


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We tried the Oxygenics shower head and were not happy with it. Then we tried a Camco shower head with 5 spray patterns and loved it. The slide valve is positive on/off with no dribble and it has rubber nozzle tips that are very easy to clean if you have mineral buildup.

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We made sure to get one with an on/off on the shower head as we do not leave the water running constantly while we shower.

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way2roll wrote:

I've looked at oxygenics and may go that route for the wand, but I was also concerned about the actual fixture. I do like the idea of using a residential one, the trick is finding one to accept the hose - preferably without the spigot.

Home depot or Lowes shower fixtures, lots of choices. Plumbings plumbing they don't make just RV or home. RVs use plastic because it's cheap and they can keep costs down for them and buyers. You will find the better, more expensive, have metal fixtures. Owners paying 100K for an RV are not going to accept cheap plastic anything.


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Oygenics... In fact when I scrap this rig net month (Well turn it over to the indurance company) I"m keeping my Oxygenics body spa


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