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Old 04-13-2015, 12:40 PM   #1
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Replacing bathroom faucet

I just ordered a new bathroom faucet (American Standard Bronze) as I was tired of cleaning up water on the counter due to the inadequate stock faucet size. For those that have done this mod did you use the drain hardware that came with the new faucet or did you just continue to use the drain plug that came with the trailer? My TT is still in storage so I cannot recall if the drain opening is a standard size.
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Old 04-13-2015, 01:24 PM   #2
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In ours, drain hole is much smaller so we kept it and its plug. Weren't about to switch-out sinks!
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Use your old drain pieces. The parts with your new faucet are most likely different size. Mainly, because it's an rv. Hold onto your new drain hardware until you can verify the size. Standard in MOST homes is 1 1/4" schedule 80 (thicker for pressure). You can use schedule 40 in your camper. Who knows, maybe you'll get lucky and they'll be the same size.
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