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Old 03-26-2015, 03:54 PM   #1
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Moving sewer hose connection question

My sewer hose comes out in front of the front tire. Because of this it passes through the space between 2 slideouts. The outside shower is there, as well as the water connection and other things. I would like to route it behind the tires and have it come out after the second tire. I tried routing the hose behind the tires, but it tends to kink it. I know they make angled connections, but doesn't that restrict the flow? Anyone done this, and if so, how?
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90* will definitely restrict flow. two 45*s together not so much.
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