Does anyone else use a sewer hose support. It looks like a good idea in principle. Supposedly it keeps the hose running at a downhill angle. Seems like it should help when you have direct access to a sewer opening while set up for extended periods.
I do use that model of sewer hose holder. I works great much of the time except when sometimes the hose will fall off in a turn or log gap between supports. Some have gotten a rain gutter to support the hose all the way from trailer to ground drain. I does work well
George and Debi
2006 F250 PSD, 2005 PF30CK
I use a similar product as the sidewinder and really like it. I also carry 2 rain gutter style supports that telescope out to about 5' each. I use Velcro straps like Dale and Carol to hold it all in place (especially when I am going to dump).
Stan and Terri
Oak Harbor, WA
2008 Chevy 2500HD D/A
2007 Cruiser CF30SK
Glide Ride Pin Box
Reese 16K Slider
Carried one from Walmart for about a year and never used it until we got to a CG in California that required it and now use it every time. Does a good job supporting the hose so nothing collects in it and makes it easier torinse out as it runs down hill.
I use half PVC pipes (I cut them) ,one larger than the other,drilled some holes so I can adjust thelength as needed.
I store them in the original rear bumper and the sewer hose goes into a PVC pipe I added.
Besides the period missing it should be "photobucket" not "photobuckets". I think you are also missing some other information.
Try going to the picture, copy the URL and paste that in between the img brackets.