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Old 01-25-2016, 06:51 PM   #11
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Last year we purchased the Mark 8000 from FlowPur. https://www.flowpur.com/html/mark_8000.html. Having lived with water softeners for most of my life this is a fairly simple to use well made system. The connectors are nylon and are fairly rugged. We used it for two weeks last year while in Texas where the water is fairly hard. You use a box of table salt when it is time to regenerate. It made a big difference in the quality of the water. Check them out.
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Old 01-25-2016, 08:35 PM   #12
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The Mark 8000 you speak of and the FlowPur unit are offered each year at the August Frog Rally at the Forest River Electronics booth. They have always been below $200. Remember, if you get the 16000 grain unit, it will be about 70#. (Once the resin is wet, it holds water and is very heavy.)
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