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Old 11-21-2015, 08:08 PM   #11
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Sounds like you could surprise her with a new bathroom faucet for Christmas!
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Ah, gee--that sounds more like a 50th ann present....
HA!!!!

You guys just don't know my wife. First of all, she wouldn't want to spend the money on something that wasn't broke. And probably the only thing I could "surprise" her with would be jewelry that she wouldn't get REALLY upset about. But, even that would get me chewed out royally, and on numerous occasions after the first time. That's what happened after I bought her a Vermont Teddy Bear for Valentine's Day once.

I STILL hear about that, and that's been well over 10 years ago.

Oh, and thanks for reminding me. Our anniversary is on December 25 (yep Christmas Day so I can buy one gift and two cards) and our 50th will be in just over three years from now.

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Old 11-22-2015, 07:47 PM   #12
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From faucets to anniversaries...can we wander off-topic, or what?
But does remind me we are off on a 2nd AK trip for our 50th next summer...
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Old 11-23-2015, 08:50 AM   #13
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From faucets to anniversaries...can we wander off-topic, or what?
But does remind me we are off on a 2nd AK trip for our 50th next summer...
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Well, then. Because of my bad memory, allow me to offer you congratulations in advance. After all, that's only a few months, so we could almost say we are on time anyway. What's a few months compared to 50 years?

Congratulations, and enjoy the trip.

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Old 11-23-2015, 09:34 PM   #14
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Old 12-04-2015, 09:01 AM   #15
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I've been trying to locate a compatible residential fixture on line. Name brand faucet and model that has been installed would be appreciated.

Many happy years Terry, we are in year 43.
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When I replaced ours we went shopping at the big box stores and ended up buying at Ace Hardware when they had a sale, less costly than the big guys and was the same faucet we liked that we saw in those other stores. A bit over a hundred dollars and a easy to install replacement. That was when our trailer was about 2 years old, and the replacment is still going strong. There is a difference in quality.
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Thanks for the info I shop online can you provide, Manufacturer, Brand and price. Most residential faucets pull out heads are single hole units.
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Thanks for the info I shop online can you provide, Manufacturer, Brand and price. Most residential faucets pull out heads are single hole units.
I don't have any of that information any more, but no matter 1 hole or 3 hole they make a cover plate so doesn't matter what you have. The cover comes in the box and you can use or toss. I just had new granite installed in one home and had only 1 hole drilled for the faucet so I didn't have to use the cover plate. I did purchase a drill bit to drill the Corian top in the trailer for the addition of the Reverse Osmosis drinking water spout. I put that spout a few inches over from the faucet location. There was plenty of room under the sink for the tank and instalation.
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Stripit is correct--the faucets are single hole, but they include a cover plate that does a good job of covering the holes that are no longer used--that is how mine is done.
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