Camco 4-in-1 Magnetic Bumper Cap with Lug Fitting End - Fits Standard RV 4" Square Bumpers, Features Small Holes to Increase Airflow and Block Insects (40311) - Black
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Based on the outside dimensions of the bumper, my guess would be roughly 4 1/4" by 4 1/4". In order for the squared corners of the bumbers to fit inside the rounded corners of the cover, the corners must be 4 3/8". This one fits perfectly for me, and Camco makes a great RV product, so you shouldn't have any trouble.
I believe that's what the shipping package is. It is therefore possible to label the item.
This is exactly the size, however the caps are not as snug as they should be. The first time I traveled with them, mine came out.
The black tank cannot be fitted with these. Those are the connectors for the bumper of your RV, where you can As a result, insects like wasps cannot enter, which would prevent them from building nests inside the bumper.
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I like them, though I feel that the price is a bit steep. In the end, I used two sets (since I wanted two magnetic As for my "dump side," I have my (normally used) 10 foot sewer hose attached to the magnet end, while on the other side, I have the "alternative" 20 foot sewer hose connected to the other magnet For those rare instances when I cannot get within 10 feet of the dump station, I simply pull out the longer alternate My magnetic ends have sewer hose attachment fittings, so I don't have to try to fish the hose out of bumper storage in order to attach it to the ends. Please let me know - Camco It would be nice if there was an alternate set available with BOTH end caps being the magnetized ends for only $1 each. Why is the cost five times as high? suggestions should be acknowledged.
Since I have been RVing for 40 years, I have lost many sewer bumper end caps and even a few This idea hasn't been thought of yet, and I wonder why it hasn't been. An ideal solution to this problem is this sewer bumper cap. It's not just the magnets that hold the cap in place, but the cap is fitted with a lug for attaching the connector to your sewer hose (Camco Rhino) so that when you pull the cap out, the sewer hose comes out as well. Getting to your hose is no longer a problem because the bumper is no longer there. One magnetic lug end cap is included in the kit, though I purchased two so that both ends are It is extremely easy to install this Camco Magnetic Bumper Cap, according to the manufacturer.
There is a flaw in this great idea. Magnets hold pretty well on the squeeze side, but not on the magnet side. How the design pulls the sewer hose from your bumper is what makes it so cool. There's a problem with the magnets, which are not strong enough, so when there's a crosswind the end easily gets sucked off by the wind. Thus, the hose will get sucked out with the water! Imagining how delighted anyone would be following you will make you smile. In the event you decide to use this, I advise drilling a small hole and pinnign it to the bumper so that you don't experience this frustrating experience.
In hopes that the magnets would be strong enough, I purchased a set of magnetic bumper caps (one magnetic and one not). When I got the product and tested it, I began to worry that the magnets would not be strong enough to keep the cap attached to The road vibrations of the bicycle would prevent the magnets from holding. After reading several reviews, I was certain that they wouldn't remain strong. In this case, I found a solution that I think is a good one. The attached photo can be seen in the attachment. As a means of holding both end caps to the bumper while traveling, I simply used one of my ratchet cargo straps. I can rely on it as long as I remember to engage the strap before travel. My rating of four stars is purely based on the fact that I believe the design gives a false sense of confidence in the product. However, the cap design allows the product short coming to be overcome by the design. In addition, the product design looks like it will also solve the unwanted wildlife problem. As I mentioned earlier, I recommend this product because it can be adjusted to work correctly, whereas the factory product couldn't be adjusted. Additionally, there are some products that cannot be strapped. As for the bungee cord, I originally tried it, but I was concerned that it would not last, so I went with.
There are tons of options for reviewing your work. The first thing we should do is The installation process is simple Yep, one side fits as tight as a glove, and the other is magnetic and snaps into place while your sewage end clicks into place. The following is a list of the most important points The value for money is good I have no idea what to do here. However, quality may not be as awesome as it appears. I will conclude with 3 suggestions (see at the end)
The removal process is straightforward It could be said that way. As soon as I bought this, I thought, wow this is like the cats tail. In certain aspects of the zipper, one side seems "permanent," as if it would stay in place when you kicked it. On the other side (magnetic), the sewer hookup is connected, and as you close it, a clicking sound is heard. There seems to be a tight grip between the magnets and the square housing. I started riding at 65 mph with some confidence in my ability. People began honking not even 2 miles into my ride. I was sure I had blown a tire, but this was not the case. After I get out of the car, my sewer pipe has almost completely broken. A cap and end piece of my new sewer line that I just paid for is nowhere to be seen. I am really pissed off at the moment. Buying this is not a good idea!.
Despite the ventilation, these caps will allow your sewer hose to dry out between uses, while preventing surprise leaks! The fact that these fit much tighter than the factory caps on my 2017 Rockwood Mini Lite provides additional security, which prevents them from coming loose when in use. After removing them, squeeze the center of the cap to remove them easily, and then press them into place once Whenever I purchase a new travel trailer, it is one of the first items on my list.
To replace the factory bumper caps that fell off our RV, I bought these bumper covers. In the past, I had replaced the OEM wheels with originals, and those also fell off. The caps looked like they would work really well, so I bought them. In my opinion, it is just fine. Conceptually, this is a good idea To attach caps such as these to the corners of your sewer tubes, attach magnets to the bumper, and you have a great The first thing I noticed about these was that they were tangled up tightly around the sewer tubes when twisted on My sewer tube cap fell off when I went to remove it to use it, so I ought to have known what would happen at first. It took one twist to take the cap off and I broke the clasps. The company had a better chance of getting a refund if I had just returned it to them, but the shipping and packaging costs did not make it worth it. Although I still have the broken cap and the magnets seem to be holding the bumper caps in place, I'm sure I will lose one again within the next few trips. My sewer tubes are just hanging on by a thread to keep them from flying out during the trip Those costs could add up quickly.
Maybe I just have a weak cap. Make sure you get them on tightly, otherwise they may turn out to be too tight. You might want to stop and remove it if it's really tight before you break the clasps. Interestingly enough, the magnets may hold the machine on for a short time, but they won't likely last for very long. Congratulations, and good luck in your endeavors.