I've got a 2016 (built Oct. 2016) that was used just a handful of times in 2017 so it's in immaculate condition. Gas heater furnace, outside shower, hot water, solar panels, fridge, flush toilet are the main options. Let me know if interested, I'm San Francisco bay area.
Or use a set of jumper cables, keep one alligator clip side for battery connection, install the same style connector on the other end, thereby making it the "portable" version that Outback sells.
To make it work with a tank, it needs a solenoid, fuse or circuit breaker, and pressure switch...
Used to fill up tires probably half a dozen times. Works great.
$400 in San Francisco Bay Area. Will ship on your dime.
Comes with what you see in the photo. (compressor, power cable with quick connector, 6ft. Parker high temp lead)
Specs and details...
Edit: Yesterday I only saw the GREEN wire that I figured goes to #4.
Now, I just went to look at the face plate, and I found another wire hiding in the background. So this WHITE wire must go to #5....?
I sort of figured #1 was a vent hose going up to the filler plate because I did see a 1/2" air gap connection up there.
For #5, are you saying it should be crimped to #4 (which then connects to the green wire at the water pump)? Or does #5 connect to the back of the display panel...
I recently picked up an '07 Hawk and the original owner had removed the water tank to gain extra storage space under the "sectional" couch. Now I want to reinstall the tank, but I don't know where a couple of the connections go. I've figured out where #2, #3, #4 goes, but #1 and #5 are not...
I have a brand new unopened mounting kit.... 8 plates, 4 u bolts, and nuts/washers. $30 shipped to lower US.
I also have a crank handle that I lengthened by welding a 5" tube extension in the middle. This helps clear your roof or trailer when turning the crank. $40 shipped to lower US.