Today I think I will talk about my sewer hose, not the entire hose, that's too big of a subject, just the end that goes into the hole in the ground.
As those of you who have a sewer hose know there's different ways your required to put it into the drain in the ground. Most RV parks require you to have a screw in fitting on the end of your sewer hose so that your attachment to their sewer line will be a solid one with no leaks. So you have to have a connector with various size of male screw ends on it to fit into the different sizes of female threads you will find at different RV parks.
Other times such as at state parks, truck stops, rest areas and other such places there are no threaded fittings there's just a hole that you stick the hose in, And hope it stays in while you're dumping.
Now I don't know about you but I like to get the whole dumping procedure over with as quickly, as easily and as cleanly as possible. Sometimes it's because there's a line of other people waiting for me to finish, or I just don't like it there and had rather be someplace else.
This caused me to start experimenting with various ways to get my sewer hose connected to the hole in the ground as quickly as possible. Now this isn't a problem when you're staying at an RV park, you just screw the connector into the ground and forget about it until you leave. It's these other random places that cause problems. And it's usually because of the various sizes of pipe that I'm trying to get my hose to fit into that causes the problems.
Since I've settled on using Rhino hoses and accessories I just needed to come up with ways to be able to connect my rhino hose to anything with a minimum amount of hassle, and these pictures will show what I've come up with.