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Ed Bianchina

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    Geneva, Illinois
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    Camping, Astronomy, Knife Making, RV Modifications

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  1. I would like to do the same thing. How do I know what dish I need to get? I have Genie (HR44).
  2. Just to close the loop on this. We went with the seperate spigot. We chose the Culligan system. I chose this for a couple of reasons. Number one is that it allows us to pick different filters depending on what level of filtration we want. We can go from simple taste and sediment all the way to chemical/biological contaiminents. The parks we go to are generally state parks and while the water may not taste great it is safe and monitored. I guess I am not as paranoid as others about the water since I am a chemist and all the other stuff I have been exposed is gonna kill me way before water does! My only worry is storing between camping trips? They do make filters that are bacteriostatic but I don't know how to find them. What do other do?
  3. Holy crap! Thanks all. That is a lot to chew on. i like the in-line models but i was hoping to avoid adding a seperate sigot. i may not may be able avoid that however. i really likethe options on the Culligan version. Thanks again. Ed
  4. We often "dry camp" at a camp ground that has electricity but no water at the sites. We fill the water at the campground and the water is not the best. We use a ton of water bottles for anything we consume but it is expensive and a pain to manage. I think I can put a water filter on the cold water going to kitchen faucet. Two questions: 1) Is that a good idea? 2) Any recomendations for filter? Thanks in advance.
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