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I have the belly cover off my of my 5er for other repair work, so I thought that I would replace the 4 year old Valterra valve which has been slightly leaking with a new one. Got the valve and was in a hurry to get back to my work at home and noticed that it was a Duraflex valve-same size, etc. which is suppose to be a direct replacement for the Valterra valve. Has anyone had any experience with this brand of valve? I am somewhat reluctant to install it since it would be a hassle later on to replace it. Any experience or info about this brand of valve would be helpful. Thanks.


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