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MKDSK

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Posted: 04/01/12 06:27pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking to get a sewer hose and hose support. What are good ones to get?

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Posted: 04/01/12 06:33pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Rhino Sewer Hose.

Not sure of the sewer hose holder, but the cheap one at Wal-mart.


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Posted: 04/01/12 06:53pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Which specific hose? There are a lot of Rhino ones.

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I am using the Rhino Hose and Camco support system


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Posted: 04/01/12 06:38pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Our Rhino hose is going strong after much use and we purchased our accordian style hose support from CW. Everything stores easily in a rubbermaid container.

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My sewer connection is lower than most so I need to get every bit of slope on my hose that I can. I didn't want the hose to be subjected to the ups and downs of the ground surface so I wanted to support it independent of the ground. I used a six foot and two three foot 1 x 8 cedar boards attached to each other with piano hinge, gives me 6, 9, or 12 feet of support. Top end attached to the sewer outlet with a bungee, bottom end on the ground, stones under to support the joints, Velcro straps to hold the hose on the board. Maximum slope and no up/down from the ground. Wish I could post a picture, but I am quite happy with the way this works.

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I use the holder that CW sells that comes in three pieces that slide apart to hold the hose. It adapts to any type of ground slope.


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I use PVC pipe cut in half, in 4' sections. Have 3 sections that I can slide to 12 feet. I use the slinky stand for support. Just lay the pipe in it, and the hose in the pipe. Easypeasy


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Rhino (mine is brown w orange ends) and support is Campco I think got it at WalMart.....Problem is I have only used it twice never lucky enough to stay on FHU's often


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This is the one I use... Best I have found.

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/item/rhinoflex-swivel-rv-sewer-kit/44151

And the supports..

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/product/flexible-sewer-hose-support/5007

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