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Old 06-28-2016, 10:21 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by BuckyBounder View Post
I have that exact hose. It has served us well for the past year, but I can't say how flexible it is over any other hose.
I'm not too worries about flexibility for this one. It's going to be permanently set up under the deck to the water source. I just plug in at the end to get water. Right now it's 28 ft of rubber hose but having this will make me feel a lot better.

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I just bought this last night.
After my rubber hose fiasco, I'm taking no more chances so I'm adding this pipe under my deck where my water source will come from. This way I will have 100% white water into my RV.

these work great, i can attest...

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My apologies, thought we were talking about while camping, not at home !

Realy don't see ( except for an escape pod for big storms ) why care about the fresh water tank at home ?????

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