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Old 04-10-2014, 09:58 AM   #1
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Any advise on purchasing a sewer hose? The one that came with it is well...cheap. I don't want the most expensive but I do need one that will last. Camping World gave me a gift card when I bought the camper so hoping to use that towards it. Any and all advise would be great! Thanks!!
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I think this is the best bang for the buck:

Amazon.com: Camco 39761 RhinoFLEX 15' Sewer Hose Kit with Swivel Fitting: Automotive
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Oh that does seem like a great deal! The hose isn't cheap is it? I really don't know how to tell.
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Oh that does seem like a great deal! The hose isn't cheap is it? I really don't know how to tell.
Good deal, but buy the 20 fts hose. And also purchase a hose support, that will help your hose to last longer.
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Sewer Hose

Very good compared to the old blue ones. Have the same brand only 20' that is two 10' sections. Usually need only one at a dump station. Wally World has the same or a look a like that I bought another 10' section because we have been to the limit in several CC's. Get the support if it's in your budget, the rain gutter trick is OK but takes up more space. I keep the 20 in a tote and the 10 without the ends that just un-screw in the bumper. Flush the tote with water and bleach every now and then.
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Ditto on the Rhinoflex.

I use the 15' and when needed a 5' extentsion



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I buy the brown camco, two 15-footers. Cheap. Last me at least 6 years.
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Good deal, but buy the 20 fts hose. And also purchase a hose support, that will help your hose to last longer.
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Well where it is parked I need 20 Ft anyways!! I was wondering if the supports were really worth it. Also is a 20 ft support needed or can it be the 15 ft?
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Any advise on purchasing a sewer hose? The one that came with it is well...cheap. I don't want the most expensive but I do need one that will last. Camping World gave me a gift card when I bought the camper so hoping to use that towards it. Any and all advise would be great! Thanks!!
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I've been using the pieces and parts from one of these "sewer hose kits" for 13 years, (105k miles): Blueline Ultimate Sewer Kit - Prest-O-Fit 1-0203 - Sewer Hoses - Camping World
(I "got lucky"... it came with my then 5 year old used coach).

However, if/when it ever wears out I will get another!

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I've been using the pieces and parts from one of these "sewer hose kits" for 13 years, (105k miles): Blueline Ultimate Sewer Kit - Prest-O-Fit 1-0203 - Sewer Hoses - Camping World
(I "got lucky"... it came with my then 5 year old used coach).

However, if/when it ever wears out I will get another!

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Awesome I will have to look at this this coming weekend!
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Well where it is parked I need 20 Ft anyways!! I was wondering if the supports were really worth it. Also is a 20 ft support needed or can it be the 15 ft?
No problems with a 20 fts support bought mine at Wally, it prevent the hose from any rock puncture, or lawnmower dammage, and it gives a good drainage preventing stinky liquid from staying into the hose.
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No problems with a 20 fts support bought mine at Wally, it prevent the hose from any rock puncture, or lawnmower dammage, and it gives a good drainage preventing stinky liquid from staying into the hose.
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Good to know I can find the support at Wal-Mart! Don't have a ton of money to spend but have to have the essentials! Thanks for your help!

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Oh that does seem like a great deal! The hose isn't cheap is it? I really don't know how to tell.
Rhinoflex hoses are really sturdy, especially compared to the OEM ones. They hold their shape much better, so they don't go wiggling all over the place when you open the dump valves.
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