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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    I have done my van ports on the outside of my van but I'm baffled to what connector a need to fill my tank and drain with the garden hose lol I think I'm being really thick here , can I buy whatever I need from local shops ?
    This is a pic of what I have had done[​IMG][​IMG]



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  3. Neil

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    Yeah this is to connect garden tap to the water in , which goes to me ro in my van and the other one is for when filling water drains out. So you think I need both of these spruce ?


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    #4 Neil, Oct 28, 2014
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    I have 2 of these in plastic which I originally had instead of the brass ones can I use them to plug in?
    Quick Release BRASS Tap Connector Female fit to 1/2" Garden Hose Pipe Hozelock
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    speed bumps spring to mind as they look quite low Neil

    dips in roads that plate could also possibly ground out too bud I'm now thinking
     
  6. Neil

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    It's fine smurf been over loads of humps and bumps dips the lot


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  7. spruce

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    Plastic will do just a well. I prefer the brass ones though.
     
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    He would need to be careful when driving off kerbs - pavement onto the road. That's when my son always catches his unit. It was originally straight down (vertical), now it faces up at him.:)
     
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    Good thing about it is that I can bend it to however i need which is a bonus lol


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