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Old 07-10-2016, 08:34 PM   #381
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Yes, they'll fit


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Hey Tom. Did you need any adapters or it just fit? Saw video and he needed then. As always Thanks for the help!


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Old 07-11-2016, 01:48 PM   #382
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You may need some type of coupling or a new waterline to connect the faucet. Depending on what faucet you buy, the fitting that is on the trailers water supply may not fit the new faucet. (There's no shut off valve like in your home)
But the holes in the top fit the residential faucet no problem.

Here's what I did. I bought 2 brass fittings to connect the pex line from the trailer to the water line from the faucet.
I think I got them from lowes.





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Old 07-11-2016, 02:06 PM   #383
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Another way to go is add shutoff valves on the pex lines (I don't have the crimping tool but the dealer ought to). They would remove the plastic connector and replace it with a valve. Then just screw on water line from faucet onto the valve.


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Old 07-11-2016, 04:14 PM   #384
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You may need some type of coupling or a new waterline to connect the faucet. Depending on what faucet you buy, the fitting that is on the trailers water supply may not fit the new faucet. (There's no shut off valve like in your home)
But the holes in the top fit the residential faucet no problem.

Here's what I did. I bought 2 brass fittings to connect the pex line from the trailer to the water line from the faucet.
I think I got them from lowes.





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Thanks for the help Tom! Very helpful.


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Needless to say I'm a little excited about getting the unit! And keeping this thread alive lol.






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Old 07-13-2016, 06:28 AM   #386
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Looks like you're going to be busy Bret

Can't wait to see your mods!


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Old 07-14-2016, 08:52 PM   #387
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I asked the dealer today if they would install JT strong arms they said they don't recommend try them in the auto leveling system... Is there any truth to that?


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I have them on mine (front landing gear only). I haven't really needed to add them to the rear as the trailer is pretty stable with the 6 point level system. I don't see why they would not recommend them other than needing to add an extra brace to mount the rear arms onto.


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I have them on mine (front landing gear only). I haven't really needed to add them to the rear as the trailer is pretty stable with the 6 point level system. I don't see why they would not recommend them other than needing to add an extra brace to mount the rear arms onto.


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Thanks Tom! I thought I read your post that you added them. Glad everythings fine on yours, I'll probably just add them myself then... Im beginning to think I didn't order from the best dealer... Oh well I guess.


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I also have them on the front, and they work great! You just need to remember to loosen the tee-bolts before using the self-leveler. There's a "warning sticker" with the Strong Arms that fit perfectly on the inside door of the leveler control box, and acts as a reminder, for me.
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