Originally Posted by bspirito
i just purchased a 2016 Flying Cloud 26 U. Is it recommended to have an water pressure regulator when hooking up to city water in a campground?
In theory, there's one built in just inside the water hookup.
I added one inline near the faucet to protect my hose, and just in case. My hose has become a science project.
I start with a "Y" on the bib to make connection easier, to quick disconnects on both legs, one having a cap so I can add a second hose for washing, etc. Then a regulator with a dial, then a short section for flex, a water filter, a Zero-G hose finally terminating at a quick disconnect at the RV.
The goal is to eliminate all the dribbles around the bib, and not need tools to connect.