Camco 39855 RhinoEXTREME Compartment Hose - 2'
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Following are the dimensions of the overall structure The compressed size is This is an extended 32-inch version. As a result, I would not recommend using this hose to its maximum extended length because the vinyl fabric would suffer damage. It is perfectly reasonable to expect your walls to be as low as two feet, or less.
There is no mechanical connection, they are all
Truthfully, I haven't stretched it to the full extent, but it looks to be about 2 feet long.
It has bayonet connections that are standard on RhinoFlex transfer hoses. The project has been extended for a long time.
Selected User Reviews For Camco 39855 RhinoEXTREME Compartment Hose - 2'
During my reading of all the reviews I assumed Camco had rectified this because many of these reviews indicated the hoses leaked from the swivel joint. Since many of those reviews were 2-stars, I wager Camco hasn't rectified the problem. This is his third year. As a result of that roll of the dice, I lost that roll, as it's 2020 and the ones I got (Qty 2) exploded at the swivel joints, producing the expected and unhappy results for such a defective product. As expected, there are no leaks in the initial tests with plain water, but the leaks appear as soon as the first real dump The process of opening the valve causing a stronger and longer stream of water has probably caused this but since this is a sewer hose that shouldn't be happening, Could it have resisted the smell or the feeling of raw sewage because that's its function? Or was it that it wasn't fond of the smell NONE OF US DID! Camco, you're a genius. The manufacturer claims that it stays compressed, but it does not. Having to store these things at full length with them randomly springing open is enough of a hassle. It wasn't cheap to buy them A hose that's over 20 dollars for 2 feet is quite expensive. It has past the return date, so of course it can't be returned. I'd be happy with one without the leak if it existed The prone swivel feature allows for easy movement. My chair does not have to turn and neither do I want it to. It is absolutely useless to have this kind of hose inside the wet bays, since it is far too short and not reliable. The other compartment hoses of 2' length that are available from Camco or other vendors all have [email protected] reviews (no pun intended), so I have to go with a 5' length selection.
To go from my water bay sewer discharge port to my macerator pump outside my RV I like the idea of a short sewer hose. The RhinoExtreme stands for 'Extreme leak,' but that is not the case in my opinion. I did not use the free replacement hose that I received with purchase today, and it leaked the first time I used it. As luck would have it, I just had the black tank replaced, so the only leak I see Thus, as far as I am concerned, this was a waste of funds. As soon as today's work is done, I will begin looking for a competitor's brand.
There are leaks. Is there anything else I need to say? How much worse can it be to have a raw sewer hose that leaks all over your RV This junk needs to be returned. Additionally, I had to pay UPS to print the mailing label for the return since Amazon did not offer me the option to get a QR code, just a mailing Here I am at Walmart.
It seemed to me that the other reviewers did not tighten the connection between the hose and the fitting, but in reality, the leak is between the plastic fitting and the next plastic hose. Then you don't have to deal with this mess when you dump 'black' first. There was not a drop or two, but a steady stream of water pouring out of the connection on the floor and in my wet bay. It is embarrassing. My guess is that the distance between the mating pins and the mating face is too short, and the sealing won't work. You may not be able to do anything about.
It's been a while since I spoke to you A docking program that has been in place for In my 35 footer, I'm giving it my all. As a result of Covid, I have not been traveling to use my trailer, however I have been practicing and remodeling it. A "Chomp it up" replacement system has been installed in my tank drainage system in that I switched from a water jet system that worked well. From May to This is her. I am at- The pump is called an "er". (On Amazon, I also bought an "Amarine" pump. )Now that I'm off of the tanks, I'm ready to go back to the last. From the Rhino hose to this pump, the 5 inch pipes. So as not to put pressure on the trailer's pipes, I use the hose. As soon as I saw the strength of this hose in action I was very pleased. I was afraid it might crack with all the sub-zero weather we have been having, but it held up just fine. The last thing I wanted was a leak and slop gushing out. As a whole I find it satisfactory and would recommend it to friends and family. Please accept my sincerest thanks for your assistance.
You should be careful if you want to hook this up to a sewer line. I would have returned it, but I didn't get the time to do so. Very disappointed.
I wanted to link them up so we could always go together in the event of a meltdown. As a result, we won't have to use more hose than necessary to use it with the 10' or other combinations we have. So far, I have not experienced any leaks with it when connected to other Rhino brand hoses or generic hoses When possible, it is a good idea to tie the tubing to something if it is left connected during a trip. If you are going to dump normal material, use a hose long enough to avoid the need for a hose junction.
In order to ensure ease of access and connection of the long hose, I use the hose to connect to the wet bay, through the hole. Furthermore, it is built stronger, so any abrasion caused by passing through the hole will be less likely to occur. In the narrow confines of the bay, it is much easier to hook up. I was able to simplify my sewer hookup with this product.