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Old 07-28-2013, 04:53 PM   #1
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Why have those expensive accordion support when you can be creative...
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Why have those expensive accordion support when you can be creative...
I certainly could have used an accordion support when in Cape Cod. Not sure if the ground sank around the sewer inlet, but the opening was a good 8-10 inches above ground level. So I had 20 feet of sewer hose trying to grade over a 6 inch drop. Definitely needed a little manual massaging to empty the line!
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I certainly could have used an accordion support when in Cape Cod. Not sure if the ground sank around the sewer inlet, but the opening was a good 8-10 inches above ground level. So I had 20 feet of sewer hose trying to grade over a 6 inch drop. Definitely needed a little manual massaging to empty the line!
Had something like that this past weekend. Sewer connection was so high I finally broke down and bought a support. Only to realize a) it was higher than the support still and b) it was uphill from the camper. Took a good 1/2 - 3/4 hour to dump the tanks to fill the hose, walk the hose, walk the hose, walk the hose, fill the hose, repeat....
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Took a good 1/2 - 3/4 hour to dump the tanks to fill the hose, walk the hose, walk the hose, walk the hose, fill the hose, repeat....
Wow, I'm not the only one that has done this! We would have made a great team! I've got great technique now!
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