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Old 06-12-2008, 07:58 PM   #15
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If your unit looks exactly like the one listed below, you have a built-in regulator and just don't know it. Many different RV's class A to C, use this inlet unit. For about $30.00 you can get this city water inlet with built-in 65 lb. pressure regulator unit at Camping World or here at RV Parts Center: (Many other places too)

http://www.rvpartscenter.com/Product...&DID=7&CID=291

My Safari came stock with it and it would be so easy to add to most any RV. It has the standard 1/2" RV threaded fitting on the rear and female hose fitting on the front. The hose threads became cross threaded (big/strong/dumb son in a hurry) so I bought a new one at Camping World. CW doesn't say a thing about theirs being regulated but it is the same one I took off and both had regulators and are identical; I guess that way they can sell you a separate pressure regulator you don't need on top of this unit. I bought mine at CW locally because it was easy and quick. The unit works great!

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BTW,

Here is another page on all the pressure regulators RV Parts Center carries, they even have inline units. All of these are cheaper and much less bulky than a whole-house regulator. I don't have any affiliation with them, they just carry a good stock of products.

http://www.rvpartscenter.com/ProdSel...&DID=7&CID=291

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Old 06-13-2008, 03:24 AM   #17
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Check out this site Water Filters/Regulators. I have one of the H560 Regulators that we've been using for 4 years. It's worked perfectly. Fully adjustable and already adapted to fit on your hose.
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I use the Watts household regulator and a gauge. I set it at 40 PSI and no problems.
I do have a short piece of fresh water hose to attach to the faucet when the hookup is to close to the ground.

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