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Old 08-08-2013, 02:59 PM   #15
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$6 online - that's a 45 that I use but they come in a 60 and a 90 I believe
That there is fer adapting to a fire hydrant.
Just gotta keep an eye on the water pressure!
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:11 PM   #16
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$13 online
About $2.50 at Walmart in the RV section.
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You could put a six inch "Strain Relief" hose in that connector.

In my case I put about a 2-3 foot hose, then a water filter (Big one) that lies in the bay, and I then connect to the pressure regulator on the filter inlet.
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Ours like that. Water heater nearby so I use bungee cord between WH latch and hose so that hose in horizontal for a foot or so and then drops down to ground. Reduces tension/weight on city water connection and in our case drops hose between basement doors.
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