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They are a vulnerable point for water lines to freeze in the winter.I would rather it not be there.” – Randall Rice, 2012 GMC Sierra 3500HD, 2015 Bigfoot 2500 10.4 “Yes I use it some.I have had one on my fifth wheel for years and use it all the time.It’s nice to rinse off before going to the inside shower.” – Ron Perkins, 20 HD, 2010 Travel Lite 800SBX “Yes! We use it almost every day we are camping or whenever we need a shower.I have never used it and would forgo it in the future.” – Joe O’Brien, 2001 Dodge 2500, 2003 Northstar Laredo “I never used the outside shower, and probably never will.

All the while blogging/tweeting/LIVING life on the road? At for the first week ;) And of course it’s no surprise that I get excited about extreme ideas like this, whether I ever end up jumping on them or not. But this RV thing is probably the most do-able out of ALL our ideas yet – mainly cuz it’s the first time in a while where we have the freedom (and desire) to just pick up and go somewhere new.I really like the set up on the Arctic Fox much better and find it useful.It has a quick connect and a coiled detachable water hose with a spay nozzle on the end that actually puts out some water pressure.” – Matt Arnold, 20, 2016 Arctic Fox 990 “It’s ironic I that just de-winterized my camper and the only leak was the outside shower handle cracked.I don’t have to run inside to wash my hands, and sometimes my feet. I also use it to wash fruits and vegetables while cooking outside.” – Richard C Raymond, 2005 Silverado 3500, 2007 Winter Creek 11.5RS “Yes. No campground means no showers, so it is essential.It’s also perfect for a wash off after a day on the sand.” – Bruce Seaton, 2008 Ford F350, Four Wheel Eagle “We have never used our outside shower, would never get it again, and would gladly entertain removing it!

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