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Old 10-03-2013, 09:21 AM   #43
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Super Trooper. I have the Sewer Solution and I like it. I added a "Y" valve to my wash hose so that I have two 30" ends. I connect one to the SS and the other, with a back-flow preventer, to the AS internal spray connection. That way, I can switch the flow back and forth with any difficulty. Works well for me.
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Should have said "without" any difficulty.
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Old 10-03-2013, 12:33 PM   #45
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I have the same set up. And while I own the SS and like it, I use my regular "Rhino" hose more often than not. The reason is because it is faster.

I am fortunate to have an internal rinser in my black water tank and have found it easier and better at cleaning out the black water tank than the SS. However I am very glad to have the SS and a "backup" because I have been in some situations where the regular hose would not have worked since the AS is low and occasionally you run into RV dumps that are higher than the outlet on the AS.

However if you do not have an internal rinser, using the SS or the "Camco dual flush" is essential in fully cleaning out the black water tank in my opinion.

Hope that helps.

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Super Trooper. I have the Sewer Solution and I like it. I added a "Y" valve to my wash hose so that I have two 30" ends. I connect one to the SS and the other, with a back-flow preventer, to the AS internal spray connection. That way, I can switch the flow back and forth with any difficulty. Works well for me.
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Old 10-03-2013, 12:52 PM   #46
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Super Trooper. I have the Sewer Solution and I like it. I added a "Y" valve to my wash hose so that I have two 30" ends. I connect one to the SS and the other, with a back-flow preventer, to the AS internal spray connection. That way, I can switch the flow back and forth with any difficulty. Works well for me.
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Old 10-03-2013, 01:52 PM   #47
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I have the same set up. And while I own the SS and like it, I use my regular "Rhino" hose more often than not. The reason is because it is faster.

I am fortunate to have an internal rinser in my black water tank and have found it easier and better at cleaning out the black water tank than the SS. However I am very glad to have the SS and a "backup" because I have been in some situations where the regular hose would not have worked since the AS is low and occasionally you run into RV dumps that are higher than the outlet on the AS.

However if you do not have an internal rinser, using the SS or the "Camco dual flush" is essential in fully cleaning out the black water tank in my opinion.

Hope that helps.

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We still use a rhino slinky too.

Faster is good.....

What's gooder is poop dumping at home where faster doesn't matter.

Side benefit...traveling with an almost full black tank makes for a much cleaner tank. Slosh,slosh,dump,dump...
Plus the black tank flusher works a lot better on city water pressure.

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Old 10-03-2013, 09:29 PM   #48
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Thanks everyone! I have the switching Y valve. I'll just add another hose. I just wanted to avoid having the plumbing side of the trailer look like a refinery!
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