One end of the adapter has a male garden hose faucet/spigot/spout connection which screws directly to the city water inlet on your RV, motorhome or travel trailer. The other end of the adapter has a quick-connect plug designed to connect to most air compressors. As a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business, we are committed to the highest ethical standards of business conduct.
When the device is screwed into the "city water" inlet on the camper it interferes with the cone shaped screen. I used a 5/8" diameter drill bit to enlarge the hole to accommodate the cone shaped screen. A slightly larger drill bit would have worked better. I also replaced the air inlet with one that swivels because I also attach an in-line air filter; thus, reducing the weight (torque) on the campers water inlet. I like the solid brass material.
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