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Old 04-29-2014, 02:25 AM   #1
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What sewer hose fits?

I just bought

Valterra D04-0111 5' Heavy Duty Tote Tank Hose
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Valterra T1021 5" Clearview Adapter

And there is no way for them to fit inside the side hole on my stealth trailer

What ones do fit inside there? Seems like nothing can fit with a connectors on but the hose its self could fit.. or is that not for the sewer hoses, or is there a differnt aftermarket Carrier that will fit it, dont think they make the perfect size PVC pipe for it..


(took the pic as i was using my foam cannon and cleaning the trailer)
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Old 04-29-2014, 03:56 AM   #2
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How big is that hole. It looks like a fresh water fill or a spot where a jack handle goes.
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I don't mean to hijack the tread but what is a foam cannon and how does it work to clean the camper?
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How big is that hole. It looks like a fresh water fill or a spot where a jack handle goes.
Ill go measure it later, and its not for fresh water fill or a jack handle (handle wouldn't fit)

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I don't mean to hijack the tread but what is a foam cannon and how does it work to clean the camper?
You use your pressure washer and in most cases if its just dusty you can let the foam just sit on it and drip down for few mins then hose it off, but 99% of the time i will grab my boar hair brush and still wash scrub it down after the foam sits for like little bit..

I got this for car detailing its made to help avoid getting scratches and swirls on your paint work..

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Your sewer hookup is that big black pipe under your camper. Where is your fresh water fill at? It still looks like a fill for your fresh water tank.
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Think about it. If that was a drain for any kind of a liquid holding tank the tank would have to be above floor level.
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What sewer hose fits?

If you look at the soapy pic of the side of camper I can see your sewer connection towards the ground. Black pipe with a cap on it. It's a standard connection. What's behind that door is defiantly not your sewer hook up!
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I think he is talking about hose storage at the location of the small hatch door. There is no fittings that would fit into the hole. Does the hatch have a long straight tube inside it, if so then maybe it is for the sewer hose. Most trailers utilize the square bumper for the hose. You may have to put a different hose storage system.
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Your sewer hookup is that big black pipe under your camper. Where is your fresh water fill at? It still looks like a fill for your fresh water tank.
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Think about it. If that was a drain for any kind of a liquid holding tank the tank would have to be above floor level.
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If you look at the soapy pic of the side of camper I can see your sewer connection towards the ground. Black pipe with a cap on it. It's a standard connection. What's behind that door is defiantly not your sewer hook up!
For the above quotes, Im not that stupid lol.. Talking about the storage Door on the side i know how to dump my tanks Was showing spierce617 more about the foam cannon in the other 2 photos!!

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I think he is talking about hose storage at the location of the small hatch door. There is no fittings that would fit into the hole. Does the hatch have a long straight tube inside it, if so then maybe it is for the sewer hose. Most trailers utilize the square bumper for the hose. You may have to put a different hose storage system.
So the side door is just for the hose, i measured it the ID is 3.5"

Saw this on amazon HERE OD: 5-1/32 inch ID: 4.4 inch guess ill measure my hose connectors later, think i saw it onsale on camping world for 35 bucks may drive to my store and grab one if the measurements all seem to work

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Sorry I misread your post. I have never seen a sewer hose storage compartment like that.

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