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MarkTwain

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Posted: 12/12/20 08:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking to replace my water pressure regulator. Which one is the best and why?

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Watts
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Good ones are not cheap. Don't remember paying this much for mine but price of brass has increased. Any of the Watt's 263A models will give you good service and are rebuildable.
I have this one: 263A w/ oil filled gauge


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Ill take 2 plastic ones instead. Wholly cow thats a lot.


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https://www.amazon.com/Camco-Pressure-Regulator-High-Pressure-40055/dp/B003BZD08U
I have one of these, works fine for me. If its not enough pressure, fill the tank and use the pump. I dont need one thats adjustable. You may require something diffent. I also have a plastic one. That gets used when i loose the other one!

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Do you want a true pressure regulator or just a pressure/flow reducer? You will pay in money for the first and you will pay for the latter many times as they typically do not last long before causing problems.


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There is no such thing as a flow reducer, only pressure regulators. The barrel shaped plastic and brass regulators can be restrictive and nearly all of that type are junk. You don't need to pay the premium price of a Watts, any of that type may be fine.





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Amazon is your friend. Get an inexpensive one with a gauge. The small inline ones restrict the flow too much for my liking.

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watts adjustable regulator.


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263A for me. Full time 10+ years.


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