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nymustang50

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I have a 34ft 5ther at a seasonal spot up in the poconos and I want to hard pipe the sewer lines but want to make it removable as well. Anyone do this?

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any good RV store will sell a bayonet fitting that is threaded to take a standard pipe thread.
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I hard pipe mine as well when it's parked on the Ponderosa (our one pad personal campground in the country). I use my flush king and a 4" rubber connector with S.S. clamps to make the connection between the PVC and the 5er.

Remember though... DO NOT open your black tank valve and leave open if you are staying in one spot for extended periods of time. You'll still need to dump when the black tank gets over half full.


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I would keep a small length(6") of flexable RV sewer hose and keep the connection to the RV standard. Otherwise as some have said, you can buy the necessary fittings from the local RV stores and home stores.


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We always use PVC hard pipe since we stay in one place about 6 mos. DH gets the 4" PVC with at least one elbow and uses a short piece of flexible RV hose that attaches to RV. Then he clamps the PVC to it and we're good for the winter. Have never had any leaks.


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Hard piped lotsa things. If ya don't want to glue it, drill it,..run a ss screw into it.


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SpoiledRotten wrote:

I hard pipe mine as well when it's parked on the Ponderosa (our one pad personal campground in the country). I use my flush king and a 4" rubber connector with S.S. clamps to make the connection between the PVC and the 5er.

Remember though... DO NOT open your black tank valve and leave open if you are staying in one spot for extended periods of time. You'll still need to dump when the black tank gets over half full.


Yeah I know about the keeping it closed I'ved had the seasonal spot now for over 3 years its just now I'm in the mood to go to hard pipe so it works better..

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