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Old 05-25-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
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rhino elbow cap

I have a Rhino sewer hose, with the elbow attachment. Works great. I was wondering if anyone knows what I could use to cap the elbow when storing it. I don't want to take it apart. I have a cap, but I'd have to take the funnel ( or the straight part that goes into the sewer ) off to use the cap. I don't want to do that, I'd like a cap for the part that goes into the sewer, so I don't have to take anything apart. Can anyone help?
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Old 05-25-2013, 06:58 PM   #2
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I think this is the kit you want:

Camco 39753 Rhino Flex Cap Bayonet And Elbow Cap, (Pack Of 2) : Amazon.com : Automotive

Less than $5 and includes free shipping through a merchant on amazon.com
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I have that set. The part that goeson the elbow doesn't fit the straight part. I'd have to take that off to use the cap. That's what I want to avoid. I was hoping someone here came up with a solution to that.
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Ray I think the pvc pipe section at your local lowes or home depot would be able to help you out. The part in the ground that the elbow screws into is just plain plumbing parts. Let your imigination run wild and you can make a cap for the end. Should be pretty low cost that way also.
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Thanks for the tip, I'll try that.
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