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Old 10-27-2010, 06:09 AM   #1
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Eze kleen black water hook up

Interested in opinions on this Sewer Hook up system I discovered on the internet.

EZE Kleen ... The only RV sewer system you'll ever love!

Anyone out there with this system. Interested in your thoughts?


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Old 10-27-2010, 01:21 PM   #2
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while i don't have this system, a few questions come to mind:

a. what about storage? i didn't see anything in the video as to what you
do while traveling.

b. do you disconnect the tubes? if so, where do you store them?

c. if the tube(s) remain connected, they appear to hang lower than the
rv/as outlet. won't the tubes be more likely to hit/rub the pavement
and any bumps or obstacles? as's tend to have a lower ground
clearance than most other trailers/rv's.

d. are blockages more or less likely in hard tubes with several right-angle
turns? the 'slinky' is flexible enouogh that blockages are infrequent and
can be dealt with quickly.

e. cost - a damaged slinky can be replaced quicky and fairly
inexpensively. not so sure about this item.

- if i did get one of these i would probably still carry a slinky along as back-up.

overall, an interesting product and probably okay for certain users.

just my 2c.

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Old 10-27-2010, 01:37 PM   #3
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It doesn't appear to me that that system is supposed to stay in place while the trailer is being moved. So, it takes up way more room than the flex tube system.

I've never had nightmares about parking next to the dump station, but maybe some people have....

The flex tube stores in my rear bumper storage very easily. That compound group of elbows wouldn't fit.

The only advantage that I can see is if you were going to be parked for an extended period with a sewer connection. Then you wouldn't have to worry about maintaining a sufficient slope on your sewer pipe to maintain a self cleansing flow.

I think AZ streamer is probably correct in noting that the video shows it being used on a fifth wheel that is much higher from the ground than the typical AS.

Finally, I'll bet the cost of the Easy Clean is quite a bit more than the $35 I paid for my Rhyno set up.

All IMHO..
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Old 10-27-2010, 02:32 PM   #4
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This looks like it would probably be good for a big old Motor Home or a fifth wheel that uses 4 or 5 steps. Not so hot for a low slung airstream trailer.

I've occasionally had problems where the sewer hookup was raised 2-4 inches above the ground, and there was little or no slope down to the hookup.

Look at the Sewer Solution. It's a much better alternative and with 1 inch PVC you can even drain up to 100 feet away. The little one way valve lets you pressure clean your black and gray tanks, and it acts like a mascerater to chop up big chunks of whatever. It's one inch drain hose also has the benefit of not having spirals where bits and pieces can hide and never fully flush.

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Old 04-24-2013, 09:17 PM   #5
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I've been looking at this again -- EZE-Kleen -- as the current rig has more than adequate storage for the two-piece elbow (and the kit plus several optional extensions), plus with the washer/dryer aboard there will be times I have a high water use rate while parked long-term (once I have that up & running again).

I'm pretty tired of corrugated hoses for long-term situations. And the higher-priced hoses of that type don't seem any better.

The Sewer Solution is on the list, also. But I don't think I'd want to leave it out in high heat/sun full-time.

The pair may be a decent solution for long-term plus "challenging" sewer runs.

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