Turns out the filter that fits can be bought for $40. Are you seriously suggesting I reinvent the entire water filtration system and cram all that stuff under my sink. Or that I cludge together some kind of Rube Goldberg system that I have to drag out and put away every time I move, just to save $40 a year? Thanks but no thanks.[/QUOT
Are you serious? If you have never done any plumbing I would suggest you just pay for the high priced filter. Helps our economy. It would take about 30 minutes to take that filter housing out and do a professional job. Sorry. Thought you were mechanically able to do that minor mod. I would not suggest it for anyone that has never worked on any plumbing before.