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Old 12-21-2016, 07:13 PM   #41
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I'm planning on using a lightly grained carrera marble I'll special order from the foothills of the Dolomites. It has a 22k gold border and expansion tile separation joints to match the swans neck shower and dolphin styled hot/cold faucet handles. Still trying to decide where to place the bidet; as we all know, these little heads don't have much room to work in. Suggestions welcome.
Rich, while I see merit to your ideas, and in fact it would look great. One problem though, how would a bidet work on 12V power?
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Old 12-21-2016, 07:17 PM   #42
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We've scheduled him for surgery for a colostomy bag before our pickup date. Lots easier to deal with.
Well, Rich, that's probably a good idea for your cat, considering he's going to travel inside the trailer.

Just make sure the bag is very durable so it doesn't break when he's flung all over the place when you go wildly around those corners.

BTW, what's your tow gonna be? Dirk and I were just wondering about that last night.
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Old 12-22-2016, 08:15 AM   #43
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Rich, while I see merit to your ideas, and in fact it would look great. One problem though, how would a bidet work on 12V power?
I had wondered about that, Jim and it took me a while to figure-out a solution. I'm modifying a marine bilge pump with a manual lever that has a 1.5 gal flow rate per stroke. Thought about modifying an old electric pressure washer but that proved to be a little too aggressive
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BTW, what's your tow gonna be? Dirk and I were just wondering about that last night.
We ordered a new F150 back in September but they haven't begun its build as of yet. Never thought trying to spend $50k would be such a chore.
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My first pickup, a 1967 3/4 ton Chevy with a V8 and a straight stick cost $2700.00. Loren
I know, it's insane. Here I was about 8-10 years ago categorically stating I would never purchase a vehicle that cost 50k, and then fast forward to 2015 where I did just that.

In terms of real world costs, adjusted for wages and cost of living at the time, the 67 Chevy was about 3 or 4 times cheaper than a new one today.
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