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Old 05-07-2012, 11:45 AM   #1
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So yesterday we reinstalled the oxygenics shower head with shut off valve. This time everything works like it should. We also installed the Ultra Fab 3000 electric tongue jack. DH managed to get these done w/ just a little help from the wifey. I also helped him to lube the bearings,lube the slidesealsand do some caulking for our seasonal maintenance this year. Wow, I am becoming quite the handy little wifey. Now to just giveher a bath and wax job and she will be perfect!
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Old 05-07-2012, 01:39 PM   #2
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The electric tongue jack is an invaluable piece of hardware...especially when your hitch is over 1000#. I transferred my old one to the new trailer and it died two years ago after lifting the hitch up enough to clear the ball. So, after 20-minutes of hand-cranking down 1/4 turn at the time(very long handle, tailgate in the way, on an incline), we stopped by my dealership on the way home, bought a heavy duty one and changed it in the parking lot while hooked to the truck. Fifteen minutes later, we were back on the road. So far so good with the new one, plus if it dies, at least the hand crank is in the top so I will not have to worry about tailgate clearance.



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Old 05-07-2012, 10:57 PM   #3
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The oxygenics shower headis one of the best mods we've made. Feels like a real shower.
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Question? Do you need to get a whole new hose assembly with it or just the shower head and a shut off valve? Or is there a valve in it like in the one presently in my unit?

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It came as one set, shower head and hose. We did have to buy a holder and a shut off valve separately. We bought this oxygenics spa shower http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...owerheads/5006and this oxygenics shower holder http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...r-chrome/37359. We went to home depot to get the shower cut off, DH found it in the shower section.
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huh....might have to look into the shower upgrade...



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We went to home depot to get the shower cut off, DH found it in the shower section.





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Picked up my Oxygenics on Wednesday, got the shut off valve at Fleet Farm, will install it all on the next trip out, need to be hooked up to water to test it. I sure hope it is all everyone says it is.

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Picked up my Oxygenics on Wednesday, got the shut off valve at Fleet Farm, will install it all on the next trip out, need to be hooked up to water to test it. I sure hope it is all everyone says it is.

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on round 2 (first one didn't work right) with the cut off valve installed. It is a nice shower. You should enjoy it. Do you have the correct piece to hang it? We were missing that initially also as it didn't come w/ the main package, it was a separate order.
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Anaro,
Yes the piece to hang it is in our package...I actually took it all apart at CW to make sure of it...and to seem what size pipe I needed...they do have a regulator that controls the amount and pressure of the spray, but I didn't think it would cut it off as I want it to do...and a cut off is easier to work with LOL

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