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Old 02-02-2018, 07:28 PM   #1
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Black Water Sewer Pipe

All, my new TT came with a starter kit. This kit came with a brown sewer pipe that has a connector on one side that I assume connects to the trailer. The other end has no connector and is just the bare end of the brown corregated platic pipe. I was told that I should be able to drop this into the sewer hookups at most parks. Is this true? What is the best sewer line to buy and what is an ideal length...10, 15 or 20 ft? What a simple effective way to store the black water stuff in the storage area? Thanks!
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Old 02-02-2018, 07:34 PM   #2
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Throw it away.

Valterra Viper. OR Rhino. Get the detachable ends. Find a place to store separately from anything else.
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Old 02-02-2018, 07:47 PM   #3
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You want something like this:


It screws into the campgrounds pipe like this:


Here's a one piece version:
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Old 02-02-2018, 08:07 PM   #4
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Iíve been getting by with 20í of RhinoFlex and a clear 45 degree twist on elbow.

https://www.amazon.com/Camco-RhinoFL.../dp/B00C5RBRA8

Start with this and add what you think you will need.

Iím going to get a twist on (bayonet) valve before we start this season.
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Iíve been getting by with 20í of RhinoFlex and a clear 45 degree twist on elbow.

https://www.amazon.com/Camco-RhinoFL.../dp/B00C5RBRA8

Start with this and add what you think you will need.

Iím going to get a twist on (bayonet) valve before we start this season.
X2.

This was the one I found that had everything already attached greased and ready to go. Open box and plug in.

How much hose depends on where your drain is and if you need a Y adaptor for a second connection.

Note that some states (az I believe) require a screw on connector and some a rubber donut.
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The RhinoFlex is plug and play but itís a good idea to make sure the collars that hold the hose to the fittings are tight. Some people have complained about leaking. I made sure mine were tight and Iíve had no problems.
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This is similar to what i have. I keep the hose in the back bumper -
perfect fit but be sure to wash it out first (air dry if you have time) before you place in there! Elbow won't fit so have to store that somewhere else.


https://www.amazon.com/Camco-RhinoFL..._&dpSrc=detail
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I keep my hose in a large Rubbermaid container with air holes cut in the side to stop mold .It goes into the pickup bed
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I recently added an 8' length of 5" square PVC fencing with end caps to store my slinky stinky. Click image for larger version

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[QUOTE=Stacia;1722515]This is similar to what i have. I keep the hose in the back bumper -
perfect fit but be sure to wash it out first (air dry if you have time) before you place in there! Elbow won't fit so have to store that somewhere else.


We use a plastic storage container to keep things separate. One for sewer connections, one for fresh water hoses and another to put electrical cords. No cross contamination this way. They all store in our pass through.

We have a Rhino 20' sewer hose that stays in the sewer connection box. Most times it is long enough. BUT, JUST IN CASE, Do not throw away that other hose, you may need it. I store one of them in my rear bumper for emergencies (have only needed it twice but those two times it was a God Send!
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