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Old 10-25-2013, 10:38 PM   #14541
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Thanks OC! They don't work on weekends....and I can't blame them.....they get here at 7 and stay until 5. It is just amazing how three or four guys can do so much in a day!
Framing for the porch came this evening. My head is spinning!
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Old 10-25-2013, 11:07 PM   #14542
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Old 10-26-2013, 06:56 AM   #14543
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The water bypass kit is (VERY) restrictive! Your F/W suction side of the pump travels thru this,also. The Pics show Dia.of hose from tank and the hole Dia.thru the Valve,noted by drill bit reference! Now you also must realize that the On/Off internal bore is (ONLY 1/2) of the in and out Bore. If you are happy with LOW volume supply in your R/V put one of these in your Suction supply Hose! Youroo!!
Frank-VA,There would be (Nothing) left of the (Plastic Ball Valve) if drilled out to incoming hose size. Youroo!!
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Frank-VA,There would be (Nothing) left of the (Plastic Ball Valve) if drilled out to incoming hose size. Youroo!!
Looks like it could be drilled out to 7/16" or 1/2" to match the bore.
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Looks like it could be drilled out to 7/16" or 1/2" to match the bore.
OC,send me (Your Valve) and I will Bore it out,and send you what is left! Youroo!!
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OC,send me (Your Valve) and I will Bore it out,and send you what is left! Youroo!!
I could bore it out, but I don't even use it. Never winterize. Just take the valve out and put in a couplers, remove the vertical pipe and save all that weight.
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Frost all over the yard here this morning, 27. Time to speed up packing for FL.
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I could bore it out, but I don't even use it. Never winterize. Just take the valve out and put in a couplers, remove the vertical pipe and save all that weight.
A Tee would defeat the (Convenance) that people want to just (Turn a handle) to go from F/W too A/F bottle,without removing or adding anything! Youroo!!
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A Tee would defeat the (Convenance) that people want to just (Turn a handle) to go from F/W too A/F bottle,without removing or adding anything! Youroo!!
Understand youroo, just messin' with you. As I said, I don't winterize and therefore don't use it. In my case, I could take the whole mess out, but I'll leave it as it is in the back under the cabinets and extremely difficult to get to and someone else might use it.
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I know what you mean OC. F/R can sure (Hide) the Water filter Assy.I tried to locate the (Double jointed-5 foot armed-Amish Filter Installer at the F/R Factory) never could locate him/her? Youroo!!
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