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longer-lived sewer hose options I happened to be wondering if you can find any options to your regular sewer that is coiled commonly offered in RV shops.

longer-lived sewer hose options I happened to be wondering if you can find any options to your regular sewer that is coiled commonly offered in RV shops.

spoonman89

Participant

  • number 1
  • My mother has settled in to call home year-round in a RV resort and contains been happy to obtain 9 months away from a regular sewer hose ( supported by some of those sidewinding plastic aids).

    Will there be any kind of hose that is much stronger and weather resistant (Florida temperature and sunlight) compared to the stuff that is usual?

    Any advice from some people time-RV’ers that are long be much appreciated.

    s.harrington

    Senior Member

  • #2
  • Re: longer-lived sewer hose options

    Two things to use. ABS pipeline glued to a hose adapter cut to length having a 90 deg. elbow and quick pipeline to drop into ground. Or perhaps https://hookupwebsites.org/lesbian-dating/ you can obtain the semi hose that is rigid will come in 10 base lengths. Put no matter what hose or pipeline you employ in synthetic gutter with decreasing height supports under it. This would fix your condition. If you would like, it is possible to place a brief bit of hose between your trailer and ABS pipeline utilizing a hose adapter at the trailer and a boyonet end in the pipeline.

    TexasClodhopper

    Senior Member

  • no. 3
  • Re: longer-lived sewer hose options

    The only explanation here is this ‘accordian’ shaped hose in a RV is you need to store that hose someplace (normally). They develop it like that to keep it within the RV therefore it does not use up much space.

    A pipe is wanted by you that is slick from the inside; not just one with a lot of hiding places for the ‘stuff’ that passes through it. What you would like is a lot like what s.harrington says: sewer pipeline. Head to a building supply like Lowes or Residence Depot and get some pipe and connections to help make a semi-permanent connection.

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