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Old 08-25-2014, 08:21 PM   #1
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Tank drain issue

Should the drain for gray and black tanks be above the large hole in
the compartment floor ? Mine is 7 inches off and it is impossible to
connect rhino hose kit.Do you think previous owner cut the lines back ?
Is there a 90* elbow I can add ? Please help.
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Try the link below for an adjustable unit that I believe will solve most of your problem.
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When you say 7" off, how, specifically? Laterally? Fore n aft? Maybe a pic would help us help you.

There are straight extenders available in several lengths, 90* and 45* elbows, and note that the wye assembly that feeds into the drain line from your black on one side and gray on the other also rotates up and down. One way or another, you ought to be able to hook up.

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