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Old 08-25-2014, 03:07 PM   #15
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Interesting. For the first time, I saw a Rhino slinky on the side of I-10 just last week. I sincerely hoped that they were either headed home or that they stopped at a campground with a good supply store.

But lock & key?
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The nice thing about dragging the slinky as in that photo is that the black tank is always empty when you get to your destination.
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That's so funny dragging the hose down the road. My DW came in from work today saying she saw a nice motorhome pulling a toad and the sewer hose leaving a trail of liquid whatever down the road. Maybe there's something in the air!


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Phew!!! I can imagine there was.
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Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires...and Sewer Hose Theft!

Guess this is another reason I am glad that I have a macerator.... No stinky slinky to be coveted by the next camper! LOL

From the look of your shop, you probably have several new hoses in there anyway, and only use each hose once, then simply unhook and leave it for the next camper, therefore, the need for the lock. Who wants to have a few nice new hoses swiped....


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I suppose with a macerator one only requires one water hose......
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I suppose with a macerator one only requires one water hose......

Do you think I should put a lock on it......?


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Guess this is another reason I am glad that I have a macerator.... No stinky slinky to be coveted by the next camper! LOL


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Huh?

Did you have a question? Are you asking what is a macerator, and therefore, why do I not require a stinky slinky? Or were you just not understanding the sarcasm in my comment....?


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