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Old 06-25-2021, 01:46 PM   #21
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John, you'll have to join us at the Central Plains Regional Rally if you want that work done. That's what this most of this is all about and where it will be happening! It starts in about three weeks in Nebraska City, NE!
 
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John, you'll have to join us at the Central Plains Regional Rally if you want that work done. That's what this most of this is all about and where it will be happening! It starts in about three weeks in Nebraska City, NE!
Thanks. Can’t make NE. When rames14 was talking about the National Rally I thought he was talking about Goshen.
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JDarwin, as you will see at the National Rally, there is an event going just about every minute of the day. The early rallies were not near as structured. This was posted in the CPRR rally section, as the regional rallies offer more time to sit and palaver (socialize, if you will). Although the Lichtenberg’s and Kelpe’s are filling the schedule pretty full these days. Hope to meet you at the National Rally. If you want a hand, look me up in Goshen and maybe I can give a hand. If it gets closer and you would like, let me know and I will bring my hole saw kit.
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Ron A. Do you have the ability to change a leaky black tank anti siphon valve under my bathroom sink? I will try to get the parts if you can do it.
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Ron A. Do you have the ability to change a leaky black tank anti siphon valve under my bathroom sink? I will try to get the parts if you can do it.
This is Ron M. and I can say yes to this Q.


Here is the one I put in my 2015 rig under the sink.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Cash Acme 17383-0000 V-101 1/2-Inch Brass Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker

It screwed right in, no cutting of water lines.

Look at yours closely to see if it matches connection angles.
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This is Ron M. and I can say yes to this Q.


Here is the one I put in my 2015 rig under the sink.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Cash Acme 17383-0000 V-101 1/2-Inch Brass Anti-Siphon Vacuum Breaker

It screwed right in, no cutting of water lines.

Look at yours closely to see if it matches connection angles.
Thanks , I will take a look at it and get this purchased.
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Sorry I didn’t respond. We were boindocking near Glacier NP and had no connectivity. Glad Ron M had the answer.
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Ron that’s really nice kudos to you
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Ron A. Do you have the ability to change a leaky black tank anti siphon valve under my bathroom sink? I will try to get the parts if you can do it.
Bruce,

Just an add-in, If the part is available we will have folks at the CPRR willing and able to help you get it installed.
some of us even call this kind of stuff, FUN!

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My latest mod reminds me that some may not know about simple changes that can make our units more “usable”. Under the center island, there is a panel in front of the electrical and plumbing in the corner. By cutting that panel and moving it back, you gain more under counter storage. I have a circular saw along.
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My latest mod reminds me that some may not know about simple changes that can make our units more “usable”. Under the center island, there is a panel in front of the electrical and plumbing in the corner. By cutting that panel and moving it back, you gain more under counter storage. I have a circular saw along.
Yup. And while you have that panel open, cut some styrofoam to fit around the pipe and close that air gap. Use tape to seal it up to keep drafts out. Stay warmer in the winter.
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