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Posted: 09/27/20 02:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Leaning towards the Dura Faucet single lever. Or maybe a residential brand if it comes in the 4" spacing. What brand would you buy if you needed one today? Lets say under $50. The Dura Faucet looks to be about $30.

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Posted: 09/27/20 03:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Faucets in today's RVs are the same spacing as residential. Only problem in some cases is the spacing in the wall.


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I would buy something that controls the temperature and single handle on-off.
Probably more than $50.


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Residential faucet for the shower might not work huh? Because the plumbing from the valve to shower head is always behind the wall.

I saved a sink faucet from a house that i want to put in my trailer some day. Its a little taller than the shorty in there now.

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You need to see how much room you have in the wall. Some do not extend that far into wall. Delta, peerless and Moen may work, but you need to check your rig!

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I hear ya but saying i dont want to run PEX behind the shower enclosure to mount the shower head. So the idea of a residential shower faucet is not good to begin with.

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I installed one I bought at Home Depot.


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mockturtle wrote:

I installed one I bought at Home Depot.
Is the valve outlet behind the wall?

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The Dura Faucet single handle in white looks to be a good value at 20 bucks.
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Darn thing is sold out everywhere. Chrome version is 30 and Brushed nickel 40.

Maybe i can epoxy the crack on my current faucet. Not sure what type of plastic is made from. Will post results on how well glue sticks to the tube in the back that is leaking.

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Posted: 09/27/20 08:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Try this Oxygenics PowerFlo shower head

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