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Old 04-08-2012, 06:25 PM   #21
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I too am a newbie...bought my first water hose(s) in the past month. Although I didn't buy them from Walmart, I did buy the same hose they sell there (they were actually cheaper on Amazon). I bought one each of the Camco's. One of the premiums and one of the regular duty in case I am short.

Besides Drfife, is everyone disparaging the Camco product...or some other Walmart hose? Should I consider upgrading?
No, I bought my Camco drinking water hose from Walmart and I am happy with it.
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Ok, now if you want a really good hose that doesn't give off the plasticky taste after your hose has been in the sun, get what's called a bronze line hose. Made by Valterra. It is rated for high psi and I've been using the same hose for 20 years with our trailers. The color of the hose is....you guessed it bronze. I bought a 15 ft hose and a 6 foot hose. The combo has worked well for me. Highly recommend it. I've been told that they use this hose often for trailer park applications. It's easy to roll up as well.
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Old 04-12-2012, 03:29 PM   #23
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I bought a "heated" hose from Camping World after waking up in Nov to a frozen hose.Mythbuster,its orange so not all rv hoses are wihte
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Ok, now if you want a really good hose that doesn't give off the plasticky taste after your hose has been in the sun, get what's called a bronze line hose. Made by Valterra. It is rated for high psi and I've been using the same hose for 20 years with our trailers. The color of the hose is....you guessed it bronze. I bought a 15 ft hose and a 6 foot hose. The combo has worked well for me. Highly recommend it. I've been told that they use this hose often for trailer park applications. It's easy to roll up as well.

Murphie, I had completely forgotten about the trailer house hoses. They are tough and will take a lot of pressure.
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