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SP (Single Axle Pusher Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your SP model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it....List your SP parts here too.

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This is duplicate entry in "Our New 1991 SP36" https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...d.php?p=547994

Bobbie,

I'd like to get details of your conversion from Microphor to gravity.

My Microphor is down - 12V air compressor has died - tank rusted and leaking so it needs replacing, while the compressor pump needs a rebuild - trying to source a kit that will fit.

Or, rather than fixing the air compressor, convert to gravity - how has it gone for you?

I'd prefer eliminating the need for compressed air and 12v power to flush, but also need a working toilet soonest.

Thanks! Ken
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This is duplicate entry in "Our New 1991 SP36" https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...d.php?p=547994

Bobbie,

I'd like to get details of your conversion from Microphor to gravity.
We have the new drain plumbing installed. I was a lot of work and required moving the toilet a bit. As luck would have it, the drain was exactly dead center over a floor crossmember. It looks like BB drilled through the crossmember and welded a brace on the side for the pipe to go through. As it was a rear discharge and only 1.5" pipe, this wouldn't work with the new toilet. So we moved the drain over to clear the crossmember and then plumbed 3" PVC to the black tank. That was a bit of a job, bit seems to be OK. I can't tell you how it worked as we are still working on the coach and don't have it back together.
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Just a follow up. The location required two 90's back to back to reach the black tank. Very little room for much else, but worked fine. It's all back together and works great. No issues, it works like it should. We never used the Microphor so I can't comment on how it worked, but it's nice having a simple toilet that doesn't require any outside air or electric assistance. As long as the earth keeps providing gravity we should be fine and if it doesn't we probably have bigger things to worry about.
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