I will take some pics and upload today....it holds a little over 4 gallons and is 75" long made with 4" PVC thick walled pipeDidnt take any photos but took my 99 with 505,000 miles down to south Florida and back to rescue the wife kid
Where are you pics? DIY pressurized shower system is my quarantine project tomorrow. Then test out solar power system.
let me know if you need any help through the process, to mount the valves i just used a step drill to get the just smaller than the valve male end, i pre-cut the length of the valve stub on the inlet port (Blue) so i wouldn't have a ton of that threaded valve down in the pipe and also did the same at the exit port (Red) so all the water would drain out, the LC has a kinda tild from rear to front so almost 100% of the water will be available at the outlet, i used JB WEld to reinforce the outlet valve, the inlet valve screwed into the PVC pipe just fine. Sand the pipe with some 400 grit, prime with a good plastic primer, paint with a flat black (i did three coats) and it will absorb more heat. warming your water for a decent camp shower.I just picked up everything I need from home depot to do this exact set up.
Just a suggestion:I did the spare tire lift mod and noticed that my spare was made in 2005 and looks like it's original to the vehicle. Check out the marks where it's been pressed against the braces and the cracked sidewall. It was still holding air. I grabbed a cheap $40 Goodyear with decent tread to use as my new spare. I also removed my tow hitch temporarily for Moab.
For low speed and short distances it's fine. I know a full-size spare is always best but this will do for now.Just a suggestion:
See if you can return your new spare tire (275) for the same matching size (285) as your other 4. If you need the spare your AWD isn’t going to like the difference.
Great looking truck btw.