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Old 06-14-2021, 05:09 PM   #1
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How much sewer line

Planning our maiden voyage in our new TT and I am wondering if 15ft of sewer hose is enough?
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Old 06-14-2021, 06:09 PM   #2
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We carry 2 ten footers for more options.
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If 15' isn't enough then simply move forward/rearward.
Don't forget you also need a cord (and water hose) long enough.

Fortunately both hose's are cheap, the power cord not.
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You don't indicate what type of RV you have. Many rigs now have more than 1 dump valve location. Our Hemisphere has one hookup for the bathroom's gray and black tanks and a separate hookup for the gray water from the kitchen. You can make due shuffling back and forth, but its nice to have a Y so you can leave everything hooked up. We still keep valves closed, but not having to crawl under the slideout to shuffle sewer hoses is preferred.



With regard to length, I believe we have a two 10' that connect to the Y and another 10' extension that we occasionally use. We try to set up where the sewer is convenient and adjust everything else accordingly.
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Planning our maiden voyage in our new TT and I am wondering if 15ft of sewer hose is enough?
It would depend on where your dump hookup is. I motorhome so mine is near the back. 15' is always long enough. But there is a camper in our seasonal park that has one way up front and one almost to the back. We hard line ours in with PVC pipe but she's got a pretty long run from the front dump to the back and into the dump hole. I know there is at least 2 10' sections plus some additional distance to go out and around.
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I carry 3 10 foot sewer hose. Needed 20ft yesterday. In Jackpot Nevada I needed 30ft.
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I have been in sites that had the hookups on the wrong side Others that had the sewer, water, and electric quite a distance from where they probably should have been. For this reason, I carry two 10 footers and a 20 footer. I don't need all of that very often, but there have been times I'm glad I had all of them.
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We are at a seasonal site now with 20 feet out but 15 would work with a straighter run. Generally we carry 35 feet when traveling and have used every bit a couple times for optimal site settings. I use the Camco Revolution lower end hoses which are a lot more flexible then their Rhinoflex system (also have those but now only as backup)
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I carry 2 - 10 '. Have not need more since 1991. But if I needed more I woul stop by Wally world, or hold it until heading out and dump.
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You need a minimum of 30 feet. I have used 50 feet a couple times and 40 feet occasionally. Better to have and not need as to need and not have.
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How much can you fit?

I have a motorhome and installed a storage for the sewer hoses to get them out of my wet bay. Many TT have sewer hose storage in the bumper. I have a 15' and a 10' Rhiniflex hoses which fit in the storage that is just under 8'. So if you have storage in your bumper I would recommend you get a 15' and a 10' Rhinoflex hoses.
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