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Old 09-12-2013, 10:00 AM   #1
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what is a sewer boot?

I see one camp ground we are looking at requires a "sewer boot" ... What is that ? We have a nice sewer hose with screw in adapter for the ground connection. Is this what they mean ?? Thanks !
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For RV parks requiring a gas-tight sewer connection.
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F02-4600part no.descriptionpriceF02-45004"x 3" Sewer Sponge Ring, Hard5.23F02-46004"x 3" Sewer Sponge Ring, Soft3.80F02-4600VP4"x 3" Sewer Sponge Ring, Soft, Carded4.68
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I ran into my first CG that didn't have the screw in sewer connection. Does the sewer gasket accept my sewer end and then do I also have to have some kind of weight on the gasket end of the set up to keep it in place?
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I ran into my first CG that didn't have the screw in sewer connection. Does the sewer gasket accept my sewer end and then do I also have to have some kind of weight on the gasket end of the set up to keep it in place?
Glad I'm not the only one with this question !!!
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Yes it fits inside the sewer pipe at the CG and your sewer end fits inside of it. And yes I would put a weight on top.
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My "donut" pushes tight into the sewer pipe, and my sewer hose is fairly tight into the donut, so I don't need any kind of weight!
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Here is a novel gadget to hold the sewer connection down. We got one and it really makes for a conversation piece.

Amazon.com: sewie pig
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My "donut" pushes tight into the sewer pipe, and my sewer hose is fairly tight into the donut, so I don't need any kind of weight!

YET!!! That's what I used to think too.
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I ran into my first CG that didn't have the screw in sewer connection. Does the sewer gasket accept my sewer end and then do I also have to have some kind of weight on the gasket end of the set up to keep it in place?
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That's why they have rocks around campgrounds.
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Brian, are you trying to tell me something?
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An old sock filled with sand works also.... (and it's FREE)!
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An old sock filled with sand works also.... (and it's FREE)!
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Or a short bungee cord connected to two half gallon milk containers filled with water - cord holds the sewer connection tight. When ready to go use the water in the jugs for quick clean up and no weight to carry.
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Or a short bungee cord connected to two half gallon milk containers filled with water - cord holds the sewer connection tight. When ready to go use the water in the jugs for quick clean up and no weight to carry.
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Good idea!
However, a sock full of sand takes less space than 2 half gallon milk containers.
I don't have space to spare, but I can carry a sock full of sand, (plus another 1595 lbs), without overloading my coach.
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