Originally Posted by SemperFi3088
Saying WTF how can this happen(the marine kicking in now)wtf am I going to do if I can't dump out !!! So my Dad the cool headed one said lets call the KOA in Granger. The put us in touch with Elkhart Rv Sales and Service. The mech came out the next day by 11am, and was back with the new parts by 1pm. We were fixed by 3pm. Ok the mod is that we will now connect the drain tubing to the Rv inside the compartment instead of outside.
I believe the blown out truck tire we clipped on the highway was the culprit. So for those of you that still have the low drain point c Ming out of the bottom of the compartment you may want to cut it off before it gets damaged.
Gotta love used up rubbers on the highway that don't have their owners stop and clean them off.
We missed one that was about 6 feet wide the other night. Stopped. Put on Hatch gloves and the red and blues, returned to the tire and hauled its dead body off the road.
Due to the tread we determined it was a military vehicle. Being about 20 minutes away from the main camp we took a drive - found the vehicle and charged the driver.
Glad thats all that happened when you clipped the tire on the road.
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