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Old 08-27-2012, 12:01 AM   #11
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This was all very helpful info! I bought a Rhino kit that had a clear adapter added to it. Thank again everyone!
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Old 06-25-2014, 10:55 PM   #12
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I agree, use a clear fitting so you can see when the drainage flows clear. My 31SS has a black tank rinse connection. After draining the black, and then the gray tank, I connect a hose to the rinse connection, close the valves and let it fill the black tank about half full, then dump it all at once. And if it's still not clear, I do the rinse again,
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Old 06-27-2014, 07:40 AM   #13
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http://www.polychute.com/default.asp

It's pricey, but its one of the best hoses you can buy.

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...It's pricey, but its one of the best hoses you can buy...
It looks like it could be of good quality. However, I store the sewer hoses in my rear bumper and unless that 90 degree elbow/sewer adapter on the end is detachable, it won't work for me. I have a Valterra 90 degree elbow on the end of my sewer hose that attaches to a separate sewer adapter fitting. This arrangement allows me to store the hose in the bumper with the 90 degree elbow attached to the hose.



An additional note: I don't think the included storage container will fit through the compartment doors of my TT either, so I'd have to store it somewhere inside.
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This video does a great job of showing just how much err.... stuff... can be left in the black tank if you don't do the rinse!

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You'll be happy with the Rhinoflex...I have a small TT with limited storage and I've made it a mission to get everything in the 4" bumper.

And like you....I don't mind dumping and my black. I take care of my septic system..... lube the valves and cap seals....all my sensors work. Rinse, rinse, rinse....(is that pine sol I smell?)
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I like the Rhino Flex, but it is hard to take apart and doesn't fit in my bumper well. I manage though and I have a longer one so I don't have to hook 2 together.

When I dump I always fill the tank and flush again, works for me!! Also use lotsand lots of water as you go along helps, if your not boondocking anyway.
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Question 3 B's. How do I lube the valves and cap seals?

With what?

Don't think this was covered in our PD walkthrough.

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Question 3 B's. How do I lube the valves and cap seals?Dave.
I use spray silicone. More than you ever wanted to know here.....

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Good info. Take time to watch this and it will save you many headaches.
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