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Old 07-01-2012, 06:43 PM   #1121
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bought an angled copper inlet pipe for my city water intake to take some of the pressure of the plastic intake port. And bought a easy on/off assembly for the oxygenics shower unit. I have a portable 110v air low profile dewalt air compressor coming as well.
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Old 07-02-2012, 06:25 AM   #1122
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bought an angled copper inlet pipe for my city water intake to take some of the pressure of the plastic intake port. And bought a easy on/off assembly for the oxygenics shower unit. I have a portable 110v air low profile dewalt air compressor coming as well.
I thought about getting one of the copper elbows. Decided to just use the short hose that came with the water filter. It has a spring and also helps relieve some of the tension on the
Plastic intake port.
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Old 07-02-2012, 07:26 AM   #1123
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Old 07-03-2012, 02:34 PM   #1124
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I thought about getting one of the copper elbows. Decided to just use the short hose that came with the water filter. It has a spring and also helps relieve some of the tension on the
Plastic intake port.
I went that route and after a plumber friend (not the round kind) suggested for me to try a manifold. He said it is what they use in all new homes. So for thirty bucks and some back flow preventative devices from Lowe's here it is.



I use a short hose 10' to connect to the CG water supply. The other end stays connected to the manifold. One valve goes to the fresh water, one goes to the sewer solution, and one is for a extra hose for the grand daughter and the last is for black tank flush. ALL have a back flow to prevent water for interchanging with each other.
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Old 07-03-2012, 05:23 PM   #1125
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Wow I like that. Where did you get it?
I got it at Camping World the last time they had a sale, but I'm sure you can get it at Wal-Mart or so.

It's made by Camco, which is a brand that Wal-Mart carries.

The neat thing about it is:

(1) It is fully adjustable for different sink sizes,

(2) It has a channel around its perimeter so that juices are collected in there and,

(3) It has a hole where you can push the "trash pieces" right into the sink area.

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Old 07-03-2012, 06:47 PM   #1126
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awesome (ˈɔːsəm). —adj. 1. inspiring or displaying awe. 2. slang excellent or outstanding. 'awesomely.
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Old 07-03-2012, 07:02 PM   #1127
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Today's purchases for our camper

On our way to Alaska, now only 700 miles SE of Dawson Crk.

In Saskatoon for a few days to do final (maybe) maintenance before our Airstream Alaska caravan starts on July 12.

Today we purchased black and gray dump valves, a pair of spare fresh water drain petcocks, a pack of 30a AGC fuses, and a 30a automatic resetting circuit breaker.

Tomorrow replacing the broken black dump valve, and the gray valve just for good measure.

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Today we're hitting CampingWorld and Harbor Freight for some new stuff for both the NT and the CC.
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I just bought 2 of the CW 12 speed folding bicycles and I also bought a RV screen door bar.
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I just ordered a rear view camera/monitor to replace my failing Sony unit. No complaints about the Sony unit. It was installed in 1994 and gave 18 years of good service.
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Also ordered what I consider to be the best possible upgrade: Train horns from hornblasters.com.
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