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Topic: V II > RE: +OT ? For PNWG V attendees (4 msgs / 65 lines)
1) From: miKe mcKoffee
Tom,
A visit from your new V II would be great. Hmmm, not about to disconnect my
Bric's water, garden hose? (just kidding;-) The ice-maker line T'd from same
undersink filter as Bric', but don't think practical. Got an idea, think
I'll contact some vendors and see if it's possible to borrow a Flojet setup.
Maybe Terry at ESPN or Chris to "promote" future V II sales! Worth a shot
anyway. And if successful worth a bunch of shots:-)
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2) From: Tom Murray
There might be a way to go from the hose bib to the inlet of my 
regulator. It has a 3/8 opening and
a pressure gauge on top. I will check out the hardware store for fittings.
Tom
miKe mcKoffee wrote:
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3) From: miKe mcKoffee
Yeah but hose water? Would need a food grade hose to run from the spigot too
me thinks. Probably RV hook-up type hose or something would be my guess.
(Not an RVer) I'll have to check how long it would need to be, probably 30'
but maybe 50', will measure but not tonight.
miKe
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4) From: Dave
On 4/30/07, miKe mcKoffee  wrote:
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As an RVer I'll warn you not to use a new hose. It takes quite a while to
get rid of the plastic taste from a new hose.
-- 
Dave
Some days...
It's just not worth chewing through the leather straps


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