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Old 07-25-2017, 11:23 AM   #15
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Use a heated hose in the winter. Camco from Walmart for last 5 years the rest of the time.
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The Zero-G has a 5-year warranty and is rated for pressures up to 600 PSI!
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Old 07-25-2017, 06:42 PM   #17
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I'm another fan of the Zero G hose. I carry two 25' hoses. I did have one go bad and took it back to Camping World and they replaced it. No problem after that.

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Another vote for Zero-G
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Old 07-26-2017, 12:10 PM   #19
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I searched for antikink drinking water hoses 5 years ago. I went through a couple that stated they were antikink and were not like the Camco 22833. I ended up with a "NeverKink" from Camping World. It's on the 4th year and has never kinked or given any other problems. And it has a lifetime guarantee.
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What I like about the Zero G is being able to roll up like you would a electric extension cord. I have 25 and 50 foot and had them several years.
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What I like about the Zero G is being able to roll up like you would a electric extension cord. I have 25 and 50 foot and had them several years.
That's what I do. When unpressured they are actually more flexible than an electrical extension cord, and they can be shoved into more small storage places that an old-fashioned hose.
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