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Old 10-23-2012, 08:35 AM   #29
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I should have said this in my earlier post, but there are a couple of related items that we do to make this whole process easier.

I have a couple different lengths of hose to better match up to the various campsite configurations. I have quick disconnects on all hose fittings and the water filter to facilitate hookups. If I am going to be in a spot more than a day or two I start with a 'Y' splitter at the faucet.
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I should have said this in my earlier post, but there are a couple of related items that we do to make this whole process easier.

I have a couple different lengths of hose to better match up to the various campsite configurations. I have quick disconnects on all hose fittings and the water filter to facilitate hookups. If I am going to be in a spot more than a day or two I start with a 'Y' splitter at the faucet.
I also use a Y splitter at the faucet. When I do my hookup I connect both my fresh water hose and black tank flush hose so that I don't have to mess with water hoses when dumping and flushing. I also put my pressure regulator between the faucet and splitter so that both lines are regulated.
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