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Old 10-02-2015, 05:34 PM   #11
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Yes,
i like the new unit without the hole to the interior, less holes, less cold weather.
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I haven't seen the new one. I hadn't even realized it had changed. I will take a look.
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I did just look. Most definitely different, and mounted way lower in this photo. I assume the hose stores inside until needed.

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Old 10-02-2015, 05:37 PM   #14
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Yes, the new ones have a quick connect, similar to your air hose, thus you remove the hose when not in use, where as the older model you shoved the hose inside the trailer via a hole in the rear.
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Old 10-02-2015, 05:38 PM   #15
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Guess I need to come up with a really great saying to put into my signature block. Love your, Cathy.
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Old 10-02-2015, 05:39 PM   #16
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This is what we are told --- that the new shower is a definite improvement.. The old one is something like the bath showers, I think? The new one has a different way of hooking up that is supposed to be much better and the shower hose itself is a coiled thing. I like it and forgot we had it coming home, as we had no exterior shower on the 19'. Would have used it sooner.
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Yes, the new ones have a quick connect, similar to your air hose, thus you remove the hose when not in use, where as the older model you shoved the hose inside the trailer via a hole in the rear.
On mine, you just coiled the hose up, and it stuffed inside the hatch. Sounds like they are on at least their third model.

This one is a similar idea, but with a much smaller access hatch. The mixer is part of the hose, but I don't think there is a volume control.

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I did just look. Most definitely different, and mounted way lower in this photo. I assume the hose stores inside until needed.

Maybe someone has a photo of the coil. Yes, stores inside. We just left the trailer.
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Either is better than New Hampshire.
Or Hope, BC. "Live in Hope, die in Despair".
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