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    Posted: 11 Oct 2017 at 11:38am
Hey, Podsters:

Looking at my first winter with the RPod.  I've settled on the compressor method.  It just looks SO easy.  How about this one for the job:

http://www.acehardware.com/product/index.jsp?productId=63653326

What about fittings to attach it to the trailer?  Can I get this stuff at ACE, too?

Thanks!

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That should do. You want to purchase a air hose with a 1/4 inch quick disconnect, and an adapter for the hose input on the side of the trailer. The hose, ACE will have. The adapter will be a RV parts dept or Amazon deal.

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Thanks Furpod!  Yer a champ.

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Make sure you turn the compreser down to 30psi so you don't blow your pipes.

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