I got my windows from SunView industries in BC. Originally I wanted to go with Motion windows, but they were a lot more money and the shipping to Canada was nuts.
I don’t have a picture of the driver window setup. It wasn’t fancy, believe me, but it worked ok.
I'm debating the idea of using the cassette toilet but having the cassette pull out to the inside, rather than cutting a hole in the wall and having it remove to the outside. Does anyone have any thoughts or experience with this either way? I hate the thought of cutting a large hole in the outside of the shell for the access door.
Have you made a decision with this? I actually like the idea for a few reasons. 1) you can get the system ready without going outside in bad weather, 2) less openings and points of entry for water intrusion. But, my concern would be smell and feasibility. I personally have 0 experience with these things and do not know how the smell is dealt with, nor how heavy they actually are when full.
Also, as I do see the validity in a cassette toilet, since I have no experience, I don't know how long it will take to fill 5 gal of poo. Probably not long? I usually fill my 35 gal tank in a week and a half or so... Another though (and my current plan) is to stick with a tank system, and have a dual outlet. One would be as normal with typical RV's, and the other would be a mensurator pump (or however that darn word is spelled). When back 'home' I run my pump with 150' of hose and about 15' of elevation to the septic. No issues.... So one could very easily pump to a pit toilet somewhere or even into your house toilet with less trips to empty, and if near a dump station then it would be easy as a normal RV. Just a thought.
Hows the rest of the progress? I have contacted ITB, but have not heard back in a few weeks for some quotes and ideas...
My fridge is still on order, and I have been working 6.5 days a week anyway so not much happening on the RV. But I did pick this up last weekend. My wife loves it. We took it out Sunday afternoon for a couple hours. It was a little chilly, but pretty fun anyway.