We want to upgrade the faucet in the kitchen of our 2007 Bounder - I know some fixtures come in different sizes for the connectors and I'm wondering if RVs in general all use the same size connectors or do I have to remove the old fixture and take it with me to Home Depot to get a replacement?
Alan Hepburn - San Jose, Ca
2007 Bounder 35E being pushed by a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (JKU) Sport
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When I replaced my lavatory faucets, no adapter was needed and were 1/2", but the kitchen faucet replacement needed the 3/8" adaptor fittings.
Looking at your faucet connections should give you a clue what might be needed.
2008 Fleetwood Bounder Diesel 38S, Flat tow-2015 Cherokee Trailhawk
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