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Old 12-16-2017, 05:29 PM   #1
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Sewer hose storage swivel

Just bought a new to us 2006 Georgetown class A. Our previous coach was a 2004 coachman aurora. On the sewer hose connection there was about 5 ft of hose that went out the bottom of the rv. It was around 6 inch pvc that would swivel. The hose went through the pvc. You simply took the cap off the pvc and connected the hose to the short hose that runs through the pvc. Any idea where to get such a contraption?
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Just bought a new to us 2006 Georgetown class A. Our previous coach was a 2004 coachman aurora. On the sewer hose connection there was about 5 ft of hose that went out the bottom of the rv. It was around 6 inch pvc that would swivel. The hose went through the pvc. You simply took the cap off the pvc and connected the hose to the short hose that runs through the pvc. Any idea where to get such a contraption?
That was pretty common set up on lots of travel trailers, might check those manufactures.
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Our 2009 Coachmen has the same setup. I bought the hose in the link below. They also sell a short 5 ft section that stays in the PVC elbow.

Blueline Ultimate Sewer Kit - Prest-O-Fit 1-0203 - Sewer Hoses - Camping World

5 ft Section. Blueline Ultimate Sewer Hose - 5' - Prest-O-Fit 1-0062 - Sewer Hoses - Camping World
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