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Old 11-30-2014, 11:21 PM   #1
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Sewer Solution Extension Question

I recently purchased a Sewer Solution and need to run it about 30' to the sewer line. I was going to purchase a 25' 3/4" hose, but do not see how to connect it to the PVC fixture on the end of the 10' hose that comes with the Sewer Solution. Any suggestions?
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I recently purchased a Sewer Solution and need to run it about 30' to the sewer line. I was going to purchase a 25' 3/4" hose, but do not see how to connect it to the PVC fixture on the end of the 10' hose that comes with the Sewer Solution. Any suggestions?

I purchased two additional 10 foot sections from sewer solutions , and they connect together well.

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Or you can use standard 1" PVC pipe and fittings to extend it. Lots cheaper. Put in fancy union fittings or just glue it together and cut it up afterward. Their extension is a bit pricy for what it is...


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They also make PVC hose adapters. A few other standard PVC fittings to adapt from the 1" stuff on the sewer solution to the 3/4" ID of the adapter, and you have it. Browse the PVC pipe and sprinkler fitting aisle of the local big box home center for inspiration.

You can build darn near anything with PVC fittings and glue, IMHO


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I use 1" PVC pipe and connectors to extend mine. Didn't even bother glueing them together. Works great. IIRC I had about 40' of pipe to get from where the 5'ver was parked to the sewer clean out we use for dumping.

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Thanks for your input. I ended up cobbling together a PVC fitting and used 1" PVC. I was going to use 1 1/4" ID tubing so I would be able to carry it with me, but at $3.75 per foot I decided I would just camp within 10' of the sewer while on the road.
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Thanks for your input. I ended up cobbling together a PVC fitting and used 1" PVC. I was going to use 1 1/4" ID tubing so I would be able to carry it with me, but at $3.75 per foot I decided I would just camp within 10' of the sewer while on the road.
I very seldom am more than 5' from the sewer hookups in most campgrounds, quite often more like 3'. I suppose you could cut the PVC in half and carry some 5' sections and a couple of connectors.

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