Home > RV > Keystone Copper Canyon > Outside Modifications > Water Filter

Water Filter

Aug 4, 2013
Views:0

Click Outside Modifications to see all the stories in this topic.

My previous Wildcat came with a water filter. I purchased carbon filters from Lowes for about $9 for a pack of two. The carbon filters removed most of the taste and smell of fluorine in the various water systems we encountered over the years.

Our Copper Canyon did not have a water filter so I installed one. The water pump is conveniently located in the front storage compartment so it was easy to install a filter. I removed one of the hoses and headed to Lowes. I purchased a whole house water filter housing and used the hose as a guide to purchase the additional hose and fittings I needed.

The water filter is connected in such a way so that water from the tank or the city connection are both filtered. If I don't travel in the Copper Canyon for a couple of months in the summer I will replace the filter. Sometimes I remove the filter, wrap it in Saran Wrap and put it in the refrigerator. This is a simple and worthy modification.


You may be interested in the next article, Cabinet Latches.

The previous article is Generator Wiring and Power Transfer Relay.

Comments     (most recent displayed first)

© Bobby Daniel