I sure hope this Flojet pump works as good as they say it will.
I had planned on posting about Boondocking and electricity today but I got busy and didn't get that post started yet.
Today seemed like a good day for me to install my new water pump because I felt more like doing something mechanical instead of writing a long post on the computer. And since I have a one track mind I have found that if I do the things I feel like doing it's more fun than doing something I have to do. And sometimes I feel like I just have to take something apart.
I bought this water pump about a year ago, not because the Arctic Fox needed a new water pump but because I wanted a better one. The pump that came with the Arctic Fox was a little bit noisy and didn't have as much pressure as I liked, especially for showers, but other than that it worked just fine, and I will keep it around as a spare.
It took longer to install than I had thought, but that always seems to be the case for me. The job itself was pretty easy and straightforward but as usual the pump was in a place that was a little bit cramped to work in, and I took video of the job as I went along and that always takes up a lot of time.
It's too soon to tell yet but so far it seems to work better than the old one. It's much quieter, and I do have more pressure at the kitchen and bathroom sinks, but I'll have to wait till after a shower for a final opinion.
Hopefully tomorrow I'll be able to get the post about Boondocking and electricity finished.