Camco RhinoFLEX 10′ Sewer Hose Extension Kit with Swivel Fitting
Most of the time you will probably only need a 15 foot hose with proper attachments, but some sites have the sewer hook up in an odd location. That is when it will be really handy to have an extra 10 foot extension so that you can park your rv where you want, instead of where your sewer hose will reach.
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Camco’s RhinoFLEX 10-foot RV Sewer Hose Extension Kit with RhinoFlex Hose and Swivel Fittings is a ready-to-use extension kit made with the toughest hose you can buy. The sturdy polyolefin is reinforced with steel wire for an ultra-tough hose. It is also collapsible, so you only have to extend as much hose as you need. This kit features a bayonet fitting with four prongs for a more secure fit. The fittings swivel and feature reusable locking rings so that fittings can be moved to a new RhinoFLEX hose if needed. The hose and fittings compress for storage and you can store the hose in standard 4-inch square bumpers.
How it Works
The RhinoFLEX 10’ sewer hose extension has a bayonet-style fitting that connects securely onto the lug fitting on your RV or other sewer hose, and locking rings to ensure a secure fitting. A collapsible hose assembly extends up to 10 feet long and the steel wire allows you to shape the hose so that it will stay put. When you are finished emptying your tanks and have rinsed out your hose, simply collapse the hose, and store in your 4-inch square or larger bumper. If you ever need to replace your hose, the swivel fittings and locking rings are detachable and can be used again and again.
The locking rings and the fittings twist together to securely attach the fitting to the hose without using glue. To attach the locking rings and fittings, twist the black locking ring in the unlock direction down the hose 5 or 6 inches. Then, screw on the fitting in the ‘tighten’ direction until it stops. Once the fitting is set, twist the locking ring back up the hose in the lock direction until the teeth at the top of the ring are firmly engaged with the fitting. There are arrows on each part indicating which direction to turn it. ALWAYS make sure to test the fittings and locking rings for a tight fit before emptying your tanks.