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Old 09-21-2014, 03:27 PM   #1
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I saw this today and thought it has some possibilities. The thing I like most is that the wire coil is on the outside making the inside of the waste tube smooth so that "things" are not as likely to get hung up.

http://lci1.com/bm/
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Old 09-21-2014, 03:31 PM   #2
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I don't like it...for one it can't be stored where we currently put our hoses and unless it is the same price as a Rhino flex I can't see the point.

My rhino doesn't leak and it is spotless inside.

noticed they say 5 feet compressed and 20 extended in the write up but the video says 5.5 feet and 18
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Old 09-21-2014, 05:06 PM   #3
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Looks like it's not on the market yet? Maybe that's why the discrepancy on lengths
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http://drainmaster.com/site/products/full-view/187


this appears to be the same thing. Been out for 4-5 years from what I can tell....likely the same company although a different name....

price at bottom says 180 bucks

plus you have to cut off your current pipe and retrofit an adapter on.
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Poo poo on that I will stick with my Rhino flex
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Poo poo on that I will stick with my Rhino flex
+1. What I did like was that adjustable slide support in the video that could be set at variuos heights up to a foot it appeared. Anybody know where you can get one of those?

I have stayed a few places that I can't get the height out of the accordian supports I have to get good flow into the connecitons due to them being raised above ground too much.
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It looks like this also:
http://www.polychute.com/
Another product marketed under several names??
Well, it doesn't use cam-lock.
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+1. What I did like was that adjustable slide support in the video that could be set at variuos heights up to a foot it appeared. Anybody know where you can get one of those?

I have stayed a few places that I can't get the height out of the accordian supports I have to get good flow into the connecitons due to them being raised above ground too much.

I made my own using an eavestrough

here is the product in the video

http://www.flowdown.net/
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