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Ruyack

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Hello,

I am new to the world of travel trailers (and this forum)!

I purchased a 2019 Salem 26 dble. How do I know what kind of sewer hose I need?

I Googled it and all these sewer hoses popped up, but none of the ads mention my specific camper.

Thanks for your help! I'm looking forward to being part of this community!

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Posted: 08/09/20 01:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

To may knowledge they are all a universal fit.

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Just don't get a cheap one. you are dealing with raw sewage here and you don't want some cheap hose to have holes pop up or spring leaks around the fittings. Sometimes you may need more than 1 Hose too. I've been places where I've used all 20' of hose. I picked up the Camco RhinoFLEX 20ft RV Sewer Hose Kit last time. It comes with the 90 degree elbow and adapter for the sewer dump. I like that you can bend it pretty much how you want to and it stays in that position. If you don't have a slunky get one of those too.


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Get a Rhino hose. All the RVs have the same sewer connection.

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I've been using Rhino for many years with great results. Don't go cheap. Was camping with a friend last week and his cheap sewer line disconnected at the elbow into the drain. Glad it was just bath water. You're trailer connections are universal and no different than any one else.


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BB_TX wrote:

Get a Rhino hose. All the RVs have the same sewer connection.


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BB_TX wrote:

Get a Rhino hose. All the RVs have the same sewer connection.


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jotityra wrote:

Just don't get a cheap one. you are dealing with raw sewage here and you don't want some cheap hose to have holes pop up or spring leaks around the fittings. Sometimes you may need more than 1 Hose too. I've been places where I've used all 20' of hose. I picked up the Camco RhinoFLEX 20ft RV Sewer Hose Kit last time. It comes with the 90 degree elbow and adapter for the sewer dump. I like that you can bend it pretty much how you want to and it stays in that position. If you don't have a slunky get one of those too.


Rhino FLEX are great. I have a 15' and a 10' length hoses.

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do it right, get either a sewer solution, or macerator pump and make a nasty job easy.
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Rhino.. Cheap hoses will expand and serpentine at any opportunity even when placed in a bridge. Rhinos stay tight and straight. Wish I went Rhino sooner.


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