Originally Posted by richp
Look for a Camco Water Thief. It is an adapter that will let you insert the smaller hose into a fitting that will hook up to your standard flush inlet.
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While not related to the OP's question, this is exactly one of the issues I have seen and was referring to. On a holiday weekend at a 250+ site state park how long do you think it would take if every person using the dump station used their tank flush? People would still be waiting at midnight.
The park management purposely removed the threaded connections and you know it, out came the water bandit fittings this past Memorial day, requiring the rangers to get involved and stand there all afternoon. Better yet, One Sunday we watched a guy pull out a 100' hose from his storage and hook his tank flush up to the potable fresh water supply faucet on the opposite side of the entrance.......Nice. Really nice for the person who came in and filled their tank later that day.
I have nothing against using the tank flush at a dump station, just as long as you don't have others waiting behind you. If you're there all by yourself stay all day and flush away. Its just an etiquette thing. MAybe a pet peeve because I have been in that line too many times.