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 > Changed my faucet on the old Dodge

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Traveler7

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Posted: 07/10/18 01:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

*UPDATE*

New faucet installed!

Early today before it got too hot here I worked on removing my old faucet and installing my new one- this was more difficult than I expected because of the small amount of space to work in and how awkward it was to move in there. I had to remove the sink to get at the 40 year old plumbing!

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Old Faucet out!

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Installing new faucet

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and......working!

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Checking for leaks- all clean and clear!

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Hard work, but worth it with plumbing all secured and new more useful faucet.

Thanks for checking in on this project!


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Posted: 07/10/18 01:49pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It seems like many RV projects are more difficult than we expect. [emoticon]
Nice report, thanks for posting.

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Posted: 07/10/18 05:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks like the old one.

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2oldman wrote:

Looks like the old one.


That's just the angle of the picture- the new one is more of a swan neck that gives me more room to get a pot onder it and more room clearance for an attached PUR Filter.

Better pic of old faucet:
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New ones box-

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One-handle faucet is better, can be operated with your wrist or elbow if needed.

Single stainless sink was the best thing I did to my kitchen. Unbelievable how much counter space it freed up, compared to previous 27" plastic double sink. Mine is probably slightly wider than yours, 17" overall width.

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