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Old 11-04-2011, 06:38 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Finhawk View Post
I have the Sewer Solution from Camping World. It comes with a 10' section of hose and 10' sections are available. I have found that 20' will get me to most sewers. I've read that it will work up to 60' away.
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Amen to the SEWER SOLUTION!! I was advided by a full timer, that it is the only way to go... I don't even carry rubber gloves.. Very clean.. never a mess or smell.. does exactly what it says it will do.. If we come home with some black water, I simply hook up to my 4 inch sewer clean-out in front of our home, which is about 30 ft away and slightly up hill.. Not a problam to the SEWER SOLUTION.. No.. I don't work for them...

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Old 11-08-2011, 10:22 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by nbounder View Post
Obviously I am of a different ilk, so to speak. To begin with, I never connect the sewer hose when hooking up. .. I only need it once, when breaking camp (mostly). Then, I use a 'standard', ol fashioned 10 foot hose 90% of the time. Maybe the guys who designed this section of my Big Beautiful Bounder figgered it right!
I think that's the way to go. On another note, how do you like your Bounder? We pick ours up on Friday and I'm a nervous wreck.

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