Updating cassette shower in pop up
I have been looking for a small camper/travel trailer that I can pull with my existing Ford Ranger pick-up truck with a 3.0 liter engine.I was surprised how few travel trailers are light enough to be pulled by a car or light pickup truck.
Do you need to Upgrade your RV's bathroom or find new accessories?
I’d seen some awesome pop up camper makeovers, and I started to get excited.
A couple of weeks ago, we found a little 1999 Coleman Santa Fe in super shape at a crazy good price.
The cushions are actually in really good shape, but I will eventually recover them, of course. We’ve got a little mini fridge, 3-burner stove, a sink, and a heater. We even have a little cassette toilet for those late night potty breaks. I’m sad that our brand new chuck box will be left in the garage this year, but I won’t miss setting it up. So, naturally, we got right to work gutting the thing.
It will be nice not to have to get out of bed and run to the campground bathrooms. The first thing to go is that fake light colored wood finish. I’m thinking a light creamy white finish would be perfect. I thought the camper was pretty clean, but when we started taking things out, we found that one of the wheel wells had a huge hole (which had been patched before) and road grime was everywhere. This week I’m going to try to get a good start on that guinea pig cabinet, and hopefully, I can share some tips with you soon.