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edcourter Posted - Jan 01 2018 : 16:01:21
Given that a black water tank is polyethylene and drain fittings (DWV) are PVC, why can't you use any properly rated (press/vac) polyethylene or PVC hose for waste transfer?
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Audrey II Posted - Jan 01 2018 : 20:06:06
Lots of people do there are several thread on this topic if I recall Rommer had a rather long thread on this topic. The lack of flexibility is the biggest issue in my bock but can be overcome easily.
pdecat Posted - Jan 01 2018 : 19:14:40
Waste hose resists smell penetration

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