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Old 01-20-2016, 11:51 PM   #1
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Stinky hose advice

Its the green horn again and i need to know which is the best inexpensive sewer hose kit. Been looking at rhino. Suggestions please. Also suggestions on trailer levelers and also does the cone shaped pad work okay for the tongue to set in or should I use something else other than wood.
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Old 01-20-2016, 11:55 PM   #2
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With a sewer hose, you don't want too go cheap 😜 I think I've got the Rhino kit, red and black? Has worked fine for about a year...


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I have had a few over the years. Now using Rhino and like it. Well made. Stores compactly.
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I've used the Blue Line push together units for years. Just like any of the hoses, don't drag them around on the ground nor let raccoon's dig their claws into them.
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You'll find the cheap hoses tear quickly and often. The rhino lasts longer. Probably the better deal. And a back-up hose can be helpful. (Too long is better than too short.)
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We have been using the heavy duty gray tri-plex for years and like it because of it's strength.
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Old 01-21-2016, 07:25 AM   #8
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Camco Rhino is an excellent RV sewer hose kit but you won't find anything stronger and thicker than the Valterra Viper RV Sewer Hose Kit. There are also 2 and 10 foot extensions available. The new kits are coming with a clear elbow fitting to the sewer drop.

The only sewer hose that is far superior to all of the typical sewer hoses is the WasteMaster Sewer Hose by DrainMaster.

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I really like that you can collapse this hose for storage.

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I like the dominator too. Not only for storage but also because it will hold its shape while in use. I've had a few Rhinos develop pin holes in them so I switched.
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I have 10 year Sewermaster hoses which are in great shape. They were $50 each but I think I have gotten my money back. Unfortunately they are hot available anymore.

I am in the market for my new motorhome and I consider the RhinoFlex and the Dominator hoses are the closest thing to the SewerMasters.
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I have 10 year Sewermaster hoses which are in great shape. They were $50 each but I think I have gotten my money back.

Unfortunately they are hot available anymore.

I am in the market for my new motorhome and I consider the RhinoFlex and the Dominator hoses are the closest thing to the SewerMasters.
I think you may be referring to the Waste Master Sewer Hose which IS still available BUT at a much higher price.

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Nope, SewerMaster. As I said they are no longer available.
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Like tires, the sewer hose is, to me, a safety item. Don't go cheap. Take care of it. Do some research. Buy once, cry once.
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