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Old 01-16-2011, 11:18 AM   #29
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I made an adapter out of an old garden hose end.

Since the regulator pressure is set at 40 psi, the electrical tape used to make up the difference between the airline fitting and the hose has proven, over the last four years, to work well.

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That is exactly how I do it. I start with all the faucets open and go in the trailer and alterenatly open/close until all water is out. Sal.
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Old 01-16-2011, 11:49 AM   #30
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The air pressure really doesn't matter, as long as the trailer still has it's water pressure regulator, as it also regulates the air pressure.
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Andy, you may be right on a trailer with no hose reel. I would not do that on a motorhome with 75' of expensive hose on the reel.
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Andy, you may be right on a trailer with no hose reel. I would not do that on a motorhome with 75' of expensive hose on the reel.
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I agree, but some trailers back then also had a hose reel too.

So, if your "COACH" has a hose reel, limit the air pressure input to 45 PSI.

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