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    We never seem to have the correct hose connector for the campsite wherever we camp.
    What do you carry with to cover all the tap bases?

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    If it is me I will just get 3 of this. 1/2 , 3/4 and 1 inch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KobusDJ View Post
    If it is me I will just get 3 of this. 1/2 , 3/4 and 1 inch.
    ...or if that's still too bluky and heavy , they also have thread adapters that IIRC you can buy as a set.
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    There is universal that has a rubber fitting that clamp on fits everywhere even when there is no thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by bertus View Post
    There is universal that has a rubber fitting that clamp on fits everywhere even when there is no thread

    Do you perhaps have a link to a connector like this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toccata (Roelof) View Post
    ...or if that's still too bluky and heavy , they also have thread adapters that IIRC you can buy as a set.
    I have seen those. That will be the ultimate compact solution.
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    This fitting ...
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    All of that should have you covered for almost any situation. I pack everything with the expandable hose in itís original box, nice and compact
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    yes, now we getting somewhere. Add bath plugs, basin plugs string it on a wire in the nose cone and you are settled. Only problem that I experienced is that stretch house does not work on low pressure, still thinking maybe the youngsters can help

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    Also be carefull if there is a stone under the hose and a car drives over it as any sharp stone will puncture the latex pipe inside the fabric. I onve had a guy stop on the hose to see if it will burst. It did not but later I found on the spot where he stood on it it had a hole in it.

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