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Hold That Hose

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

You set up camp, make all your attachments and assume things will be fine. But hot weather and repeated dumping of the tanks causes the sewer hose to slump even though you use one of those slinky-like devices.

My solution: Purchase 8 feet of 4-inch PVC drainpipe. Cut into 2- to 4-foot sections and then rip each section lengthwise. You can now create a perfect channel for your sewer hose to lie in while using the slinky for a proper slope. Any length from 4 to 16 feet is possible.

Jim Stroh | Loveland, Colorado


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