With over 54.4-percent of the vote, Jay Kamys of Saint Augustine, Florida has won the sixth Mod-Ster Contest of 2019 with his outdoor shower modification. Congratulations, Jay!
A Mod-Ster mug is being shipped to Jay. As a tournament winner, he is now eligible for the December finals when readers will pick the the best of the Mod-Ster winners to determine the 2019 Mod-Ster of the Year; aka the Mod-Zilla! The Grand Prize is a $250 gift certificate to Lowes or Home Depot (or Canadian equivalent).
Scroll down below to see Jay’s winning modification (#4). Enter your mods now! To enter TCM’s mod contest, click here. You can enter as many mods as you want, at any time. Good luck mod makers!
1. Small Rear Storage Platform
Doug Sloan of Port Charlotte, Florida shares a small rear storage platform modification on his 2012 Ford F-350 and 2006 Arctic Fox 811 rig.
2. Removable Countertop Using Sink Cover
Gregory Parker of Durango, Colorado shares a removable countertop using a sink cover modification on his 2012 Chevy Silverado and 2017 Northern Lite 8-11 rig.
3. Ceiling Mounted Pantry For Pop-Up Campers
Jacob Brokke of Abilene, Texas shares a ceiling mounted pantry modification on his 1996 Ford Bronco and 1996 Custom Lite Craft rig.
4. Portable Outdoor Shower Kit
Jay Kamys of Saint Augustine, Florida shares a portable outdoor shower kit modification on his 2004 Chevy 2500 and 2015 Lance 855S rig.
5. Sewer Hose Holder For Camper Bumpers
Charles Coushaine of Punta Gorda, Florida shares a sewer hose holder modification on a 2018 Ram 3500 and 2017 Cirrus 920 rig.
6. Pet Paw Protection For Truck Controls
Mike and Nancy Pohl of Plymouth, Minnesota share a pet paw protection for truck controls modification on their 2015 Ford F250 and 2015 Lance 855 rig.
7. Auxiliary Grey Tank Using Sewer Pipe
Mike Chesnutt of Lake Echo, Nova Scotia shares a auxiliary grey tank using sewer pipe modification on his 2010 Toyota Tundra and 1995 Hide Away by Sun Lite rig.
8. Poplar and Black Walnut Table
Kent LeBoutillier of Sarasota, Florida shares a poplar and black walnut table modification on his 2018 Ford F250 and 2015 Palomino SS-550 rig.