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Old 10-11-2016, 11:39 PM   #1
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Flexible Sewer Hose Support

Hey guys and gals, I was at Camping World today looking at these support for the sewer hose but notice that they had different length, I seen 15',20' and 25' what are you guys and gals going with?

I going to a rv resort the first of Nov and see that they have sewer hookup setup their at the rv location pad, will a 20' work for what I need? Thank you for your reply.
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Old 10-11-2016, 11:57 PM   #2
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I have a 20' sewer hose so I bought a 20' hose support. It's come in handy several times when the sewer hookup is several inches off the ground.
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This is what I'm leaning toward to.
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I have never had a sewer hose support since it seems like it is just something else to carry around. When I have had a sewer connection that is a little high I just walk the hose contents to the connection after dumping black and flushing with gray. Nothing else to carry around and works for me.
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I have one that I purchased several years ago and other than the first trip or two it never gets used. It was a PITA to setup and collapsed frequently. I'm sure there are better ones but when I looked around the only people using them were those that were staying a long time.
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If I were you, I would not purchase one until you camp a few times and see all the other options that are available.
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Yeah, I think that's a good ideal to wait, I just hate to go out and find out that I wish I had one but I will hold off for now. Thanks for all of your advice, and if I was going to stay a while it might be worth while.
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You might want to verify whether the RV resort you are planning on staying at requires that sewer hoses be off the ground. Some RV parks have that rule.
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My neighbor claims that some parks require them. I haven't seen this yet myself. I bought one the same length as my hose, but have never had a reason to use it. It's still sitting brand new in the packaging. The more simple I can keep the sewer related stuff, the better.
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My neighbor claims that some parks require them. I haven't seen this yet myself. I bought one the same length as my hose, but have never had a reason to use it. It's still sitting brand new in the packaging. The more simple I can keep the sewer related stuff, the better.
We stayed in a park not far from the Grand Canyon that said the county required them. They said, too, that the county checked frequently and would ticket anyone not using them. All of the units we saw with connected sewer hoses used them.

We did not have one so we'd connect to the sewer about every three days at dusk, dump, then disconnect and stow the hose. We didn't have a problem.

We will be staying at one site for a while next season so plan to buy/make one when we know the how long the sewer hose needs to be.
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