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Old 10-18-2012, 01:30 PM   #1
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Double Sewer Hook Up

I'm sure there is a thread here somewhere for this, but I'll ask again. Our new Sierra 365SAQ has two sewer hook ups (second bathroom) and I was wondering if anyone has any good ideas for this configuration. I was contemplating if I should put the "Y" in line and run one hose to the dump inlet or put the "Y" right at the inlet with the two hoses running to it.
I don't mind outside the box thinking at all, so any suggestion is a good one.
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Old 10-18-2012, 01:53 PM   #2
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Different camper, same problem here...

I have the 90-degree elbow into the dump inlet. From that, I have a "Y" (wye) and the hook 2 separate hoses that run to the camper. At the camper, I have either a clear 90-degree elbow or clear 45-degree elbow at the camper connection itself. All of the connectors are the twist/bayonet type.

I lie a little about the 2 hoses - I actually have 4 hoses that total up to 60' of hose (2 x 20' hoses and 2 x 10' hoses). And, I've used all of it before. I've actually kicked around getting a 5' hose.
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Thanks ependydad, that is kind of what I was thinking would work the best. I would think putting the wye in line would create too much sag and hinder flow.
I was also toying with a PVC manifold type connection between the two and run a single hose to the dump inlet, but I think the trailer connections come out at the same elevation and would not have flow in between.
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Thanks ependydad, that is kind of what I was thinking would work the best. I would think putting the wye in line would create too much sag and hinder flow.
I was also toying with a PVC manifold type connection between the two and run a single hose to the dump inlet, but I think the trailer connections come out at the same elevation and would not have flow in between.
I ran a pvc pipe from the galley tank to the main discharge pipe and use one hose to dump all 3 tanks. The grey water & black tank are factory connected and I just connected the galley tank to the main discharge also. Cost was about $30 and that included another 1-1/2" slide valve.
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