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Old 08-20-2009, 01:53 PM   #1
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Water inlet location?

Need a pic if possible on the factory position of the fresh water inlet on a 68 Trade Wind. My trailer has had a lot of "modifications" and I am not sure what I had is as it should be. There was a down pipe screwed to the frame rail on the street side with a hose bib attached. I am finishing up the rear floor and will start the plumbing next week (pex instead of copper) so I would appreciate any info on the best way to plumb my fresh water inlet. I thought about an inlet box, but don't want to cut into the side of the trailer.
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