i run each tank off 3 micron sediment/carbon and 5 micron carbon up to 4 poles ( 2 poles per tank ). the yellow hose incoming (raw water ) is 75 ft i also have 125 ft more feet if needed. orange line ( pure water ) is 250 ft i think but i also have additional 150 feet when needed ( attachable using quick connects and y’s) to run separate poles and not needing to be tethered so close together. pressure is never a problem if anything i can dial it down after carbon before DI as needed ( 90 psi) tank max. tool boxes in cap hold everything else with yakima racks on top to hold ladders. reels actually came from harbor freight and tool and cost 20bux. i dont have specs as this is been in use since 2010 when i got the rig. i came out of a open bed rig with basically same set up. tanks are tilted a bit on my home made frame which is holding up nicely using pressure treated 2x4’s. i amy get into RO but i really dont like to reject rates. almost got the merlin unit but passed on it and still may get the axeon RO housing at some point but so far 8 years of pure water cleaning ive had only leaks as im sure we all have at times. i may make a bedslide or buy one but again this has been pretty straight forward set up. scratch removal gear fits nicely in back. i have painted side doors and a deep tint on rear glass so you cannot see into rig. plus i have a bitchen security system.
I saw this thread when you posted, but I guess I forgot to comment.
It was nice to see the setup, as most members trucks/pics are open beds.
The bedliners in our Rangers have funny molds that always shifted our sections to the side a little. (just enough to annoy.)
So I began building planks to level them off. - while doing so, I started coming up with other ideas.[INDENT]
incoming water comes in from the bottom right hose connector, running to the filters
you can disconnect the EZ pure, attach the strap and be mobile in a couple of minutes
the output and waste valve are covered by the plank, and run across the front of the bed and back to the connectors on the left
the inline TDS meter was tough because I had to create a T-fitting that fit the EZ pure tubing and fit if behind the meter/under the wood (covering the wheel well)
the area under the plank has room for a couple hundred ft of hose and I store the air hose in front of the filter/behind the sections.
(this area was a completely open/waste of space before I got the EZ pure setup.)
the pole(s) are out of the way, hung by hooks w/Loctite adhesive (liquid nails didn’t hold)
now that is a CLEAN set up you have quite a bit of room left over with that design. i hear ya on the bed liner my tank frame is held with straps but it still is annoying. i really like the space you created for hoses but being able to go mobile is pretty awesome since i have to be tethered to my rig at all times. i like being under a cap and mine has the tool boxes so i can store everything i need with the excetion of my poles. i like how you attached your wfp ( is that a aqua clean pole?). i havent found a good way to keep mine out the way just yet i may get pvc and attach to side of tool boxes but seeing your hooks i may go that route. can you hold ladders on top? my cap is the leer 100rcc and i wish i would have gotten it sprayed with a liner instead of the carpet. i am pretty happy being under the cap but i have a ways to go to get it the way i envisioned. i may buid a bedslide or buy one just not that handy so for now it works.