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Old 04-08-2013, 05:04 PM   #21
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Is there any space in the A Frames to put an accumulator to keep the pump from cycling so much?
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Old 04-08-2013, 07:50 PM   #22
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Is there any space in the A Frames to put an accumulator to keep the pump from cycling so much?
ShurFlo makes a 1 quart accumulator.
I tried it first and decided I wanted a bigger one.
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Old 04-08-2013, 10:47 PM   #23
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ShurFlo makes a 1 quart accumulator.
I tried it first and decided I wanted a bigger one.
I can see why. But I won't have as much room in my tiny A-Frame as is in the basement of your big rig.
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We have a Rockwood A122 A Frame.. My question: Do water pressure regulators get installed inside the camper or at the water source (spigot)? thanks, Charlie
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We have a Rockwood A122 A Frame.. My question: Do water pressure regulators get installed inside the camper or at the water source (spigot)? thanks, Charlie
On your hose or spigot.
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Old 04-09-2013, 05:38 PM   #26
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I just use a separate filter on a spigot in the kitchen, use it for all the drinking water, cooking etc. Omnipure Q is the model

Then use a cheap camco filter for the water coming into the coach, or into my tank if I am not sure of the water quality.

Twice protected is good. AND the Watts Adjustable 263A Regulator on the inlet at the camper.
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Thanks, for the quick reply.. I was hoping for that answer.
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I am already thinking of a mod to have a dedicated filtered spicket for drinking. I still haven't decided if it is my home, but there is a good decrease in pressure.
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On your hose or spigot.
I you do it at the camper it is more secure and protects the camper plumbing but not the hose to the spigot. 6 of one ...
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I am already thinking of a mod to have a dedicated filtered spicket for drinking. I still haven't decided if it is my home, but there is a good decrease in pressure.
I got this system (compact and easy to install) from the RV water filter store.

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