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Old 09-01-2011, 02:58 PM   #15
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Just buy a real whole house regulator and stop messing with the little junk.

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If those 2 hoses are "Y'd" back into 1 hose before entering your RV it results is the same flow rate as 1 of the 2 hoses exiting from your pressure regulators. If I remember basic hydraulics class correctly, you cannot increase flow rate in the same diameter pipe/hose without increasing pressure. This kind-of explains my position: Garden hose pressure

On Edit: My above position does not apply to your original question about using "flow restrictors", as I noticed it after replying. It would be useless to use 2 flow restricters feeding 2 hoses, as previously advised, it would be better to either enlarge the opening in 1 flow restricter or eliminate them altogether.
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