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Old 04-09-2018, 08:27 AM   #1
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Kitchen faucet replacement

DW not happy with feel of existing in our 2017 23RLSW. Doesn't feel very sturdy when swiveling between double sink. Looking for suggestions on what others have replaced with. Want to stay with goose neck, but would like pull out sprayer feature. If you've done this, anything to be aware of? TIA
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Old 04-09-2018, 09:38 AM   #2
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In are 16 Eagle RSTS the faucet would actually move to the on position while traveling. Replaced with home version from H.D. No more problems! Thanks
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DW not happy with feel of existing in our 2017 23RLSW. Doesn't feel very sturdy when swiveling between double sink. Looking for suggestions on what others have replaced with. Want to stay with goose neck, but would like pull out sprayer feature. If you've done this, anything to be aware of? TIA
While your at it, add two shut off valves also. We switched to a Costco Hansgrohe faucet which we love.
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Old 04-16-2018, 06:02 AM   #4
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Grumpa - I just replaced our kitchen faucet this weekend. Got a close out deal more than half off the original cost. Cut the old pex connectors off and added sharkbite quick connect valves. Really easy install.

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When I did my change over I used flexible braided hose to connect to the water lines. Made the job much easier.
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Grumpa - I just replaced our kitchen faucet this weekend. Got a close out deal more than half off the original cost. Cut the old pex connectors off and added sharkbite quick connect valves. Really easy install.

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What size shark bite valves did you use?
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Old 04-19-2018, 07:40 AM   #8
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We just traded into a 2017 28.5 RSTS. The kitchen faucet installed the wife doesnt like at all so it will be changed out pretty soon. Our last trailer had a long lever to turn it on. Not a good idea with 2 cats in the trailer that like to rub on stuff. Dont need any unintended waterfalls going on. Thanks for all the good ideas here.
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What size shark bite valves did you use?
Wow shut offs are nice are they 1/2"? Thanks
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