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Old 10-27-2008, 10:54 PM   #1
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Water drain help

At my work we have a toy type trailer sorry could not even tell you the name, it does not have one, any way it has a water tank drain that had a brass hose bib on it that went to 2" pvc. I want to take off the hose bib and go all pvc do they sell a pvc or other plastic valve for this pourpose?

Thanks ahead for the help
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Old 10-28-2008, 07:38 AM   #2
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I'm not sure what you are talking about.
A picture here would be worth a thousand words.
A "hose bib" is the faucet on the outside of your house where you
would connect a garden hose to wash your car or water your lawn.
I don't know why a travel trailer would have a hose bib connected to a
water tank.
You may mean the city water connection (not a valve at all) where you
connect a hose in order to supply water to the trailer???
Why would you want to replace that??
Again, a picture might help but a large home supply store like Home Depot or
Lowes carry PVC valves and fittings. You can usually get PVC valves in threaded and
glue in configurations. It sounds like you need to go there or a decent
hardware store might be able to help you as well.

Good luck!
KyDan
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Old 10-28-2008, 08:14 AM   #3
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Most likely they sell what you need. As Dan said, Lowes or HD probably has it. They even sell all plastic "Hose Bibs". If they don't have what you need check an online place like hardware.com.
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