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iristhomas112

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My first sewer hose took about 2 years and had a leak. I liked them because if you stretched them, they stayed as long as you stretched them. My second set was a different type that gave a bit, so it always had some tension and wouldn't sit on the stand if it dented, but otherwise worked fine. Now that I have a sore thumb connecting and disconnecting hoses, I bought Camco wrenches to help. Unfortunately, they only fit barbed hoses so I bought a new set of these.
 

John From Detroit

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Apr 12, 2005
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Davison Michigan
Rather than the camco sewer wrenches which only fit camco hoses.
A Pliers type Oil filter wrench
Like the one from Harbor Freight shown below.. Fits and works very well.
I used one for years. Know of several others who do as well

There is also a product called Sewer Pig you might find both cute and useful
This is an Amazon link

 
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