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Old 04-15-2016, 03:10 PM   #43
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As the guys have said, this is great info for newbies. Here's my water question. Where should I attach the water pressure regulator? Before the hose, at the faucet, or after the hose, at the MH?
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As the guys have said, this is great info for newbies. Here's my water question. Where should I attach the water pressure regulator? Before the hose, at the faucet, or after the hose, at the MH?
I connect MINE at CG spigot......then everything downstream is protected from high pressure

Saw a guy connect his after hose........CG secondary pump kicked on do to CG demand and his hose looked like a snake that has just eaten and then it burst
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I connect MINE at CG spigot......then everything downstream is protected from high pressure

Saw a guy connect his after hose........CG secondary pump kicked on do to CG demand and his hose looked like a snake that has just eaten and then it burst

Old-Biscuit is correct on his post. Connect it right at the spigot that way the pressure cut down will protect your hose and everything past the regulator.
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