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Old 02-09-2019, 08:08 PM   #11
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I bought a 75' 3/4" garden hose and cut about 12' off. I use the 60+ foot piece at home for dumping and the 12ish foot piece at campgrounds.
The 3/4" garden hose fits nice and snug on the SS. Probably don't even need a hose clamp but I use one anyway.
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Old 02-09-2019, 08:30 PM   #12
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Hmmmm, I think I found the same type of hose SS uses in bulk by the foot. It shows a 1" ID "Tigerflex K Series" hose is $1.44 a foot. That would meet their recommendation of a 1" ID hose/pipe for up to 100' on flat ground.

It would probably be cheaper to go with the 3/4" garden hose though.

https://processhose.com/1-in-i-d-tig...saAmAHEALw_wcB


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Old 02-10-2019, 06:46 AM   #13
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I have an Sewer Solution that I bought probably 15+ years ago from the original inventor.

Bought it when we had our Airstream because the dump outlet was very close to the ground and the regular stinky slinky wouldn't always work. It has been used on several RV's since then, and is still being used on my current 2016 Coachmen Concord. At home I use PVC pipe to extend my range from where the RV is parked to the sewer clean out. I have to run about 35' with a 30" rise, handles it with no problems. Only "issues" that I have seen are that it requires a source of water and it is a bit slower than the dump and run using the stinky slinky. I still carry the slinky just in case. Only way I can see to beat the Sewer Solution would be to have an on board electric maceration pump.

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