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Old 09-18-2019, 01:34 PM   #1
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Batteries & Water Pressure

Just replaced my house batteries and am planning on replacing the chassis batteries. Looking for suggestions on what battery to replace them with.

Also am considering the purchase of a water pressure regulator that is adjustable. What is the maximum pressure that I should set on the regulator?

Last question, is the radio connected to the house or coach batteries?

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I would set max pressure to 55 psi
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Our radio is on the chassis batteries.
A watts adjustable pressure regulator with gauge is what we use and itís set to about 55 lbs. itís a high flow gauge.
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