Originally Posted by ddavis662
I had been wondering if there was such a thing as that angled sewage hose adapter with a hose connector and I hadn't thought about the male to male hose adapter.
Now, to do a search and find both of those.
Do you keep the valve open to your galley tank at all times?
Unless I'm missing something, I don't see a problem in doing so.
I got the elbow with the hose threads on it at Camping World a few years back.
There is a knock out in it that you can remove with a screwdriver and a hammer.
I also bought a screw on cap for it so I can close it off when needed.
I do keep the kitchen galley grey valve open.
To open and close it I would either have to close the slideout or climb under it.
Nice design Forest River!
I have not experienced any gassing effects as of yet.
(except for yours truly)
The male to male hose adapter was available at my local hardware store.
I also bought a good quality grey water hose and then split into 2 pieces.
One piece is 2/3 of the total length and the other is 1/3 of the total length.
I find that the RV parks sewer connections are usually very close to my galley grey valve.
It seems to drain better with the shortest hose possible.
I almost always use the shorter (1/3) of the grey hose.
I bought replacement hose ends at the same hardware store I got the coupler from.
The grey sections of hose are never used for anything but my grey tank.
So far so good.
Here is alink for the sewer hose adapter:
Amazon.com: Valterra Products, Inc. F02-3103 Red Bulk EZ Coupler Universal Sewer Adapter: Automotive