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haste maker

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Posted: 04/17/22 06:46am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is anyone using the Silver Bullet Hose? If so how do you like it?


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That does look intriguing... I wonder how well it would hold up over years. I already have a Teknor Apex Zero-G hose . It is similar and made in America. I just love it...very light and compacts easily for storage.


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Don’t know, ain’t worth my time looking it up to see what your talking about; if you’d have provided a link, maybe.

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Posted: 04/17/22 12:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Earlier hoses like this Silver Bullet Hose had weak connections at the bib ends. Silver Bullet at house works good, but I do release pressure when not in use.


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nickthehunter wrote:

Don’t know, ain’t worth my time looking it up to see what your talking about; if you’d have provided a link, maybe.


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Ed_Gee wrote:

That does look intriguing... I wonder how well it would hold up over years. I already have a Teknor Apex Zero-G hose . It is similar and made in America. I just love it...very light and compacts easily for storage.

Thanks for this info...I looked up the link & I like this much better that the Silver Bullet Hose...

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Lol.
But wait, there’s more!…


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nickthehunter wrote:

Don’t know, ain’t worth my time looking it up to see what your talking about; if you’d have provided a link, maybe.

I sure hope you have the time to look at the link, maybe.

https://www.silverbulletoffer.com/?mid=10574452&vendor=google&campaignid=1751156552&adgroupid=77017573188&targetid=kwd-669835652639&mt=b&network=g&device=c&adid=347596668394&keyword=silver%20hose&adtype=&merchantid=&productchannel=&productid=&placement=&gclid=CjwKCAjw9e6SBhB2EiwA5myr9vEePC1JN9FIfuXbwFHSLIiUPgxSBABvZM5MnRW2-XDX902FD0CfSxoCb-gQAvD_BwE

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Ok for things like washing the RV and other uses where it is NOT connected to the RV but not recommended for use as an RV fresh water supply hose.

WHY: Heaven forbid the park loses pressure (happens a lot) the hose will try to retract down to "storage" size and I've heard (Never seen but never gave my expanding hose the chance) that they can pull the water inlet off the Rig.
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Knowing (As I do having worked on mine) how they are attached.. I suspect... it can.


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Manufacturer says do not leave it pressurized except when using it so not recommended for continuous hookup. I use one for filling the water tank and for washing down. It's important to note on the label that it is approved for potable water, some of them are not.

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