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Old 11-22-2010, 02:18 PM   #15
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This doesn't directly address you problem, but I would like to join the chorus recommending the SewerSolution .

I have been dealing with RV sewer hoses off and on for over 30 years.
I discovered the sewer solution about 10 years ago and love the ease and cleanliness. We do still carry a slinky and fittings if we need them.

The Sewer solution with some optional extensions hoses also allows me to empty the tanks into our sewer system at home.

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Old 11-22-2010, 03:26 PM   #16
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Must be local ordinances. The last time we camped in an RV park in Tucson, there was a fine if they saw your sewer hose on the ground. They warned us that the "sewer police" would ticket violators. We just used their dump station when we left. However, we did later purchase an expandable plastic thingy at WalMart; and I am still searching for a convenient storage location for this unused accessory. But -- I am prepared!
In Bull Head City NV there is a city ordinance against having your sewer hose on the ground.
I just put down my square orange leveling blocks and the lady at the park said that would be OK, but I really didn't have to do that for the short time we were there. They really enforce it on monthly and longer stays.
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Old 11-22-2010, 03:29 PM   #17
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In Bull Head City NV there is a city ordinance against having your sewer hose on the ground.
Does anyone know the reasoning behind the rules?

I been RVing for many years and never ran into this.

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