ORIGIONAL SINK FAUCET FOR COLEMAN SEQUOIA

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  1. carlr

    carlr New Member

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    Now don't laugh to hard but, any chance somewhere there is an original sink faucet for a 1986 Coleman Sequoia? I and doing some repairs and I would like to replace the faucet. Long short ...Probably. But you never know.

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    Do you have a pic of it?
     
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    Unfortunately no. I had replaced it about 8 years ago with another type because they did not have a direct replacement at the time and we were leaving the next day. I can get the same as I have but the price is $88.00. If I'm going to pay that I would be willing to pay a little more for the original. I will look around and see if I can find a photo somewhere.
     
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    Why do you want an original when there are so much better options available. Hope you don't think it will ever be a classic in our lifetimes.
     
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    Well, I have tried the better options twice and to be honest they only lasted 4 and 5 years. The original lasted 15 years. Plus the new and improved is $88.00. The old style is $50.00. For the amount we use it I can think of better places to spend $38.00. As far a being a classic, no that's not the objective. We just like the "OLD SCHOOL" Stuff.
    I'm not convinced that new style is always better.
     
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    It's been a long time since I saw one. I'm trying to find old photos but no luck yet. I think Leisure Components offers them. At least they look similar to what I think I remember. It has a small chrome faucet and what looks like a "T" handle to turn the water on.
     

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