Waste Master RV Sewer Management System

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  • #10900
    Ray
    Keymaster

    Folks at Lippert Inc recently sent me their new RV sewer system for a Love Your RV! review.

    Looks like they have decided to enter the higher end market judging by the prices but IMHO the quality is there. Very well built pieces of gear.  :good:

    Only things I didn’t like: the head unit of the main hose isn’t removable for storage and the Flow Down is fairly complicated to quickly deploy for a short stay.

    http://www.loveyourrv.com/reviewing-the-waste-master-rv-sewer-management-system/

     

     

    #10939
    LolaandRush
    Participant

    Ray maybe you can find out why they made it this way. Hopefully you can convince them into making the head removable. Have a coupling like the connection of two hoses. Maybe too after its been on market a while the price will change. To have a setup like they sent you wow, that would be expensive.

    #12449
    Ray
    Keymaster

    Just added a post on Love Your RV! detailing my solution for storing the hose.  :good:

    http://www.loveyourrv.com/waste-master-rv-sewer-hose-storage-solution/

    #12451
    LolaandRush
    Participant

    You sure come up with some cool ideas Ray.  Nice way to store equipment for sure. Hats off to ya dude.

    #12453
    LolaandRush
    Participant

    You sure come up with some cool ideas Ray.  Nice way to store equipment for sure. Hats off to ya dude. Where did you get the end caps from ?  Our bumper is the same so I ‘m wondering if you will be able to put bike back there too.  Recently I had to reinforce by brackets for the bumper. When I had the bike alone back there it still bent the brackets. I know it says 200 lbs max but my bikes can’t weight over 40 lbs at the best.

    #12459
    Ray
    Keymaster

    Thanks, Rush, I forget where I got the end caps, was so long ago, these are them on Amazon – http://amzn.to/1HdpXOP Only times they have nearly come off is if I drag the bumper corner. Which has happened a few times when exiting boondocking locations 😉

    We have travelled all over the place with two bikes on the pull out bumper and never a problem. Never had to reinforce anything. I shouldn’t have a problem carrying the bikes still as the pipe is forward of the square stand up brace pole.

    #12470
    Eddie & Aileen
    Participant

    Nice hose holder Ray, I knew you would figure something good out. Leave it to us glorified “Honeywagon” operators to come up with something to make it work on our rigs. Lipperd is going to ask for your patton on this one!

    Good Job Pal! Happy Trails!!!:good:

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