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View Poll Results: Which brand of sewer hose?
Rhinoflex 231 55.53%
Rhino extreme 21 5.05%
Blueline 26 6.25%
Viper 13 3.13%
Dominator 14 3.37%
Generic that came with starter kit 33 7.93%
Sewer Solution 9 2.16%
Camco products other then Rhino 49 11.78%
Other-explain in thread 20 4.81%
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Old 02-05-2014, 02:46 PM   #21
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One good thing I like about the RhinoFlex is if you develop a leak somewhere in the vicinity of either end, you can "unlock it", unscrew it, cut it and reconnect it. Of course, the hose would be a little shorter though.
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Old 02-05-2014, 04:37 PM   #22
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Rhinoflex safely in the lead.....
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Old 02-05-2014, 05:45 PM   #23
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I got the dominator because it was 15' for taking camping and had a10' extension hose that I connect together and I can dump my trailer at home if I need to.
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These polls can really be a useful resource in seeing what folks are actually using out there in the real world. Folks new to the RV world can get an idea of what to buy based on the polls and product reviews.
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Old 02-07-2014, 07:00 PM   #25
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On our first 5er I got the occasional drip on the discharge connection for the Rhinoflex. Upon close inspection there seemed to be an irregularity on the RV side of the fitting. So I hard faced it with epoxy and reformed it with a file and it solved the issue.
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These polls can really be a useful resource in seeing what folks are actually using out there in the real world. Folks new to the RV world can get an idea of what to buy based on the polls and product reviews.
My list of things we'll need keeps getting refined thanks to these polls. Thanks all for being willing to share.
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Old 02-08-2014, 04:50 PM   #27
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Used Rino for 3 years and worked well. Recently changed to BlueLine so I can fit hose in TT tube.
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Staying at Bayou Segrette LA. during golf tournament week several years ago a new Prevost bus pulled in, opened the bay doors and pulled out all the free hose that came with the bus. They threw it all in the trash dumpster. They are using Rino. Well I'm using FREE!
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Let us know how the gasket replacement goes. I like my hose very much, and if it starts to leak, I would like to know I could repair it rather than replace it...
Switched to the Rino last year well built hose. The cons are I have the same little drip sometimes at the connection and it hard to fit in the storage compartment that is made for it.
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Switched to the Rino last year well built hose. The cons are I have the same little drip sometimes at the connection and it hard to fit in the storage compartment that is made for it.
Upon someone`s suggestion on this forum, I took a rotary tool and trimmed off the "ears" on the end of the Rhino hose and it now fits in the bumper if you turn the end the right way.


The part I trimmed are the tabs on the large orange fitting that serve no purpose other then a way to get a better grip, I suppose.

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