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Old 10-15-2013, 06:12 PM   #1
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Prest-O-Fit Elivated Sewer Hose Support

When I got the Motor Home earlier this year it came with 2 lengths of Pres-O Fit Sewer Hose, all of the press on fittings and the Elevated Sewer Hose Support with the legs to attach to hold off of the ground.

Prest-O-Fit Blueline Elevated Hose Support



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ID:	47856It looks like the legs attach to a plastic bracket that slide in ti a grove on the support. I don't have the bracket. Is that how they attach? thanks
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I never use such a support. Usually, one does not leave the tanks open - especially the black. I may leave the grey open when both the wife and I are going to take showers, use the washer/dryer, etc. Even then it drains well just laying across the ground - and when I dump I lift the hose at the coach end and walk it to the drain to empty it completely.
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When I got the Motor Home earlier this year it came with 2 lengths of Pres-O Fit Sewer Hose, all of the press on fittings and the Elevated Sewer Hose Support with the legs to attach to hold off of the ground.

Prest-O-Fit Blueline Elevated Hose Support



Here is a picture of the setup. Attachment 47856It looks like the legs attach to a plastic bracket that slide in ti a grove on the support. I don't have the bracket. Is that how they attach? thanks
The nice people at Prest-O-Fit are sending me a complete set of bracket that attach to the hose tray, at no cost. The wire legs in various lengths then attach to the brackets to hold the hose off the ground and provide a sloped path to the sewer dump. When traveling take off the legs and insert the clean hose and tray back in the carry tube attached under the coach.

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