|RoadShower2 mounted just below the tent on the trailer, this location allows some light to warm the water without it becoming too hot to use in in Florida.|
I've had the roadshower2 mounted temporarily on the trailer, but recently moved it to Big Bertha (second part of making of a beach van coming soon) since she is the go to my day job/go paddling/ go body surfing/hang out by the beach vehicle and it makes plenty of sense to have a shower on such vehicle.
|RoadShower2 mounted on Big Bertha and still plenty of room for paddleboards on the stock cargo rack|
|all mounting hardware is included|
|easily pressurize the tank with any tire pump|
|water filling cap is tethered via chain to the tank|
|thermometer on the side so you may see how hot the water is in the tank|
How much water does it keep? 5 gallons and it takes approximately 3 pumps at 18 psi to get them all out. For pressurization I use a tire inflator that connects to the 12v electric of the van (formerly known as the cigarette lighter).
|Pressurizing the road shower, when doing so pay attention to the pressure. Here I did a 20 second count.|
|Filling the road shower using the garden hose|
I can honestly say I'm satisfied with this product and would recommend it, however like most outdoor products there are considerations to keep in mind such as weather extremes, you now places where water freezes, and very hot places, so do your homework and always follow the safety guidelines on the product.
|The hose nozzle can be adjusted for different streams|
|Once done rinsing the paddleboard, nothing wrong with rinsing Big Bertha out too.|
For now hope you enjoyed this review, and go on an adventure even if for an hour, you'll be glad you did. To order your Road Shower just click on the link here and tell them I sent you! And remember to please leave only your foot prints!