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IAMICHABOD, You set-up looks amazingly like ours.... though a different color container! [emoticon]

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memtb wrote:

IAMICHABOD, You set-up looks amazingly like ours.... though a different color container! [emoticon]

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lhenry8113 wrote:

We carry a 10ft. and a 20ft. and a connecting coupler to put them together if needed. Generally, the 10 ft. gets the most usage.
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You will probably not need much more than 15ft, but it you at times! We stay at a local county owned park for weekend get-a-ways, and their sewer hooked ups are at the front of the site close to the road. That means with a 40ft site, depending on where your sewer outlet is, you may need 20 to 30ft depending on the site/outlet.


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I have the 15' Rhino and added the 5' extension. It has worked for all my travels so far.


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I got the 15ft with a 10 ft extension, I find that gives me three different combanations. and yes get the sewer support they are cheep and well worth it.

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BeerBrewer wrote:

I can't decide between buying the 15 and the 20' RhinoFlex RV sewer hose kit. The 15'er is one piece and 20'er is made up of 2 10' hoses. My trailers waste hook-up is right about in the middle of the trailer, just in front the slide. I'm thinking that I should order an extension but I don't know how long?

I also considered the RhinoExtreme hose thinking that it would be better and possibly, but it got odd reviews on amazon. It got 4 stars, but for some reason 19% of the reviews only gave it 1 star and I thought that to be very high. I also wasn't sure if I could fit the 20' hose into the bumper.


None of the above. Go to Walmart and buy the Camco 20 ft Revolution set for $29. Splits into two 10 ft sections if desired. Very heavy duty with high quality couplers. I personally never cared for the Rhino hoses


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