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Old 04-19-2014, 10:10 AM   #51
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One of the best buys I've made. Hose goes in the bottom leaving a faucet available all the time. Can hook up a mister, extra hose, shower hose, etc. I use it mostly to cleanup after hooking up and breaking camp. Last thing disconnected. (Sprayed with Lysol each time)

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Old 04-19-2014, 10:25 AM   #52
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Dave, I use the same as per my post #42. You can improve on this by using the quick connects (also in post 42). Permanently attach the brass female quick connect to the combination faucet (leave your hose attached to the combo faucet), then permanently/screw on attach the male quick connect to your RV fresh water inlet.

Now all you have to when setting up/breaking down....is do/undo the quick connect from your RV, and screw/unscrew the other end of the hose from the camp faucet. Fast and furious.

Another advantage of this combo faucet (at least on my trailer) is it's almost directly overhead of my sewer connection. When I am at campgrounds with full hookups, that after dumping, I can undo the sewer hose from the RV (leaving the other end in the sewer)...............turn on the quick connected faucet overhead, and hold the sewer hose end under the water stream a few feet down, and it will completely wash out my hose.
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Old 04-19-2014, 10:35 AM   #53
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Dave, I use the same as per my post #42. You can improve on this by using the quick connects (also in post 42). Permanently attach the brass female quick connect to the combination faucet (leave your hose attached to the combo faucet), then permanently/screw on attach the male quick connect to your RV fresh water inlet.

Now all you have to when setting up/breaking down....is do/undo the quick connect from your RV, and screw/unscrew the other end of the hose from the camp faucet. Fast and furious.
Excellent! Love having this thing on the back side. I've hooked up the DW misting hose/fan to it in the summer, bathed the dog with a spare hose, hosed down dity concrete pads, etc with the extra hose connection. Coolest thing is, Good Sam sent it to me free, along with extended gutter drips, when we first joined in 2005. They sent the all brass but after I broke the turn handle off the faucet, I replaced it with a plastic one. Still got the brass and a new handle for it.
When we camped at Buffalo Point last year, the whole group (30+ family) all used it as a place to rinse sand off their feet after walking up from the river. Just threw a mat on the ground under it. Funny how something so simple can be so useful.
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Old 04-19-2014, 11:11 AM   #54
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Old 04-19-2014, 11:34 AM   #55
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You know you're in trouble when you start having double of things and don't realize it.
That's the killer, right there..... I've learned to stay away from CW as much as possible. BUT - I'm thinking that new fangled sewer hose thingy might work better.......than the last new fangled sewer hose thingy
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Old 04-19-2014, 11:46 AM   #58
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We had a 25 ft tt and all the stuff to camp bought a new fiver and thought we had everything. Hahaha.
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Old 04-19-2014, 11:52 AM   #59
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So we got our new camper last week. I seriously have a HUGE problem.
I can't stop buying "camper" stuff!

Whats this new fever called? I know all of you have it to. Is there a campers stuff anonymous I can join to stop my addiction?
All the gizmos and gadgets that I must have!! UGH!
And don't even let me go to Walmart for just a cooking pan. Nope ,, forgot to get the pan and came out of there with 324.00 worth of camping stuff!!!
Lord help me! Someone stop me!
Well, eventuall, you'll either have all you need, or run out of room. Other than that, good luck! LOL
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Then it will be time to get a bigger camper!!!!!!
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