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Old 02-02-2015, 10:26 PM   #41
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The solution looks pretty cool. Did I just say that? My question is if the 1 inch hose tends to clog? We have 3 kids that amaze me at what comes out of their butts. One consistently clogs our home pipes. I'm not sure how quickly the "logs" break down...
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Old 02-02-2015, 10:46 PM   #42
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No it does not clog because it is pressured down with water! I had the same fear before I purchased it and my son ( who camps all the time with four kids) said it wouldn't work but he was amazed at how well it performs.

It is a little slower than the larger hoses but the cleanliness of the operation is well worth the extra time!
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Old 02-02-2015, 10:58 PM   #43
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That's awesome. We'll be camping mostly with full hookups so it should be great. Our 11 anniversary is tomorrow, would that be too weird of a gift or a campers ideal gift?
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If you get it for yourself it works but if you get it for your wife make sure you get visitation rights (could be a better gift for the wife. Ha ha

Keep your tanks closed even on full hookups and dump when 2/3s full.
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If you get it for yourself it works but if you get it for your wife make sure you get visitation rights (could be a better gift for the wife. Ha ha

Keep your tanks closed even on full hookups and dump when 2/3s full.
IF YOU DON'T KEEP THEM CLOSED YOU'LL BE SORRY......DAMHIK! (Don't as me how I know)
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Old 02-03-2015, 07:47 AM   #46
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I somehow left my black valve open before we used it for the for time. Once you start to open the cap on the dump. ... it's all over so fast. What a mess. I will never ever let that happen again.
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Old 02-03-2015, 09:17 AM   #47
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I store mine along with all the fittings in a separate snap lid container.
x2. Since we have two drains (one Black/Gray from the front and one gray from the rear) we use the drain hose inside the bumper for the gray drain.

I keep a box of large disposable non-latex gloves in the storage compartment and always wear those when doing roto-router duties!!
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Just saw camping world sales ad $84.99 for sewer solution.
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A 'mo better sewer solution?

One Product to keep your eye on is the Lippert Waste Master. We won a setup at last year's Goshen Rally and really like it - even better than a Rhinoflex, because it does not trap debris in the hose (the helical coil is on the outside not the inside)

Waste Master

Lippert had big plans last year to get the waste master integrated into the sewer system but so far I have not seen it as a OEM Offer. Since we have 2 sewer outlets (Main black/Gray & Galley) I still have to connect it manually but even so I find it easier than the rhinoflex (of course I got the $169 system for free with free sewer box installation so YMMV )

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One Product to keep your eye on is the Lippert Waste Master. We won a setup at last year's Goshen Rally and really like it - even better than a Rhinoflex, because it does not trap debris in the hose (the helical coil is on the outside not the inside)

Waste Master

Lippert had big plans last year to get the waste master integrated into the sewer system but so far I have not seen it as a OEM Offer. Since we have 2 sewer outlets (Main black/Gray & Galley) I still have to connect it manually but even so I find it easier than the rhinoflex (of course I got the $169 system for free with free sewer box installation so YMMV )


Any issues with reach yet? I remember that being one of your concerns last year when they installed it.




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