Originally Posted by Oakman
Hereís what I used for my first two fifth wheels (8 seasons). All you need is a length of RV hose and a connector. When winterizing I would disconnect the water line from the water pumpís intake side hook up my winterizing hose to the intake and the other end into the antifreeze jug. When I was done I would disconnect my hose and reconnect the fresh water intake line. Itís much simpler than it might sound.
It can be any old hose, don't need to be fw hose. You are adding antifreeze and not going to drink it.
In the photos I posted I used a piece of fw drinking hose because I use it in a 5 gallon jug for emergency water when needed. Put hose in jug, switch valve and turn on the pump. I now have 5 gallons of fresh water.
07 Dodge 1500 crew cab with 20" wheels, 08 Forest River Rockwood Signature Ultra-lite 8280SS
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