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Old 11-16-2015, 08:39 AM   #1
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Kitchen Faucet Question

Can you use a regular household facet to replace the one that came in my center island of my 2015 Roo 23IKSS?

I want to put one of the units in that have the built in veggie sprayer?


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Old 11-16-2015, 08:49 AM   #2
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I replaced a defective kitchen faucet in my previous Rockwood 5th wheel with one I purchased from Home Depot. It was NOT an easy task as the RV used PEX water lines and home plumbing does not. I had to purchase some special tools.

I would not do it again.


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Old 11-16-2015, 09:11 AM   #3
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Can you use a regular household facet to replace the one that came in my center island of my 2015 Roo 23IKSS?

I want to put one of the units in that have the built in veggie sprayer?


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Our unit came with a Pullout Sprayer,dont know if it is just for Veggies but it was Plastic and POOR Quality! Replaced it with a (High Arch High Quality Fixture)! Replaced the Bath with a Single lever at the same time! Very easy with (Long arms and Skinny fingers) Buy for looks, Buy for a Lifetime! Youroo!! PS the added feature of the High Arch is the threaded end allows a Filter to be used also!
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Old 11-16-2015, 09:15 AM   #4
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I have not had the need to replace any of the faucets in our Rockwood but I did replace the kitchen faucet in the Cougar we once owned, wasn't much of a problem.
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Sure anything will work. It is difficult as previously stated since you need to buy lots adapters for the pex tubing used under the sink. Not an easy job. You can also put a new sink in to replace the plastic junk if you like as well. Just have to find one that fits the cabinet dimensions!
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Your best bet would be to by an RV faucet from a dealer or online. One that is PEX ready.


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Old 11-16-2015, 11:59 AM   #7
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I Bought a Peerless kitchen faucet at Menards, Did the bathroom faucette also, No extras needed to hook it up, The Pex lines connectred right to it. They are using many different line connections on the faucetts now, But there are some that will connect right up, I opened up a few boxes before i found the right connections.
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I did NOT have to adapt or change anything when I changed Both RV faucets,to Home type Faucets! They were/are Pex! Youroo!!
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Sure anything will work. It is difficult as previously stated since you need to buy lots adapters for the pex tubing used under the sink. Not an easy job. You can also put a new sink in to replace the plastic junk if you like as well. Just have to find one that fits the cabinet dimensions!

I have the new under counter sink mount double sink, I looked yesterday might be a job for April in the warmer weather before my season starts in May


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