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Old 04-28-2012, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default 2001 Roadtrek 200P sewage hose

Has anybody ever replaced the sewage hose on a 2001Chevy 200P? I checked out the link for the Dodge 190, but the Chevy setup is different. I think it's a hard tube from the passenger side tank valve (black)to the center tank valve (gray). And I believe there is flexible tubing inside of the hard tube only from the center valve to the exit point. I am looking to replace the flexible tube because it appears to be "Roadtrek size" and it is also "reverse" thread. I cannot fit any adapter onto the tubing. Any info would be helpful before I try to tackle this. The first job will be to remove some of my ribs, or get some heavy-duty ramps so I can at least fit under "Artie" .
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Old 05-04-2012, 11:34 AM   #2
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Default Re: 2001 Roadtrek 200P sewage hose

The thread on the hose problem can be solved by using clamp on fittings.
I'm using these now: http://www.prestofit.com/BluelineRVSanitation.html







These fit into my black ABS hose carrier even with hose clamps on. Lots of other brands are too thick.

Hopefully someone who knows more about the Chevy 200P will stop by.
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Default Re: 2001 Roadtrek 200P sewage hose

I still use the Valterra elbow and related parts for the campground sewer connection.
The red elbow fits into my black ABS hose carrier as well.

http://www.classbforum.com/phpBB2/vi...&t=1518&p=6407

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Default Re: 2001 Roadtrek 200P sewage hose

AHA, I have a faded green/grey hose which is clearly smaller than the hoses mentioned(thanks anyway). I have tried using many adapters with a hose stretcher, but the sewage hose splits when I try to use these. As far as a clamp type adapter, I can't even start the hose on the beveled end. I gave up in frustration and brought Artie(my wife named him) to an RV dealer who looked pretty perplexed too. Anyway, I'll find out the solution soon, which I will post for any other 200P owners. Thanks for the response.
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I "fold" this one:



and then insert the smaller end into the hose and then "expand" it back to its round shape. Then I wrap some tape around it and put a clamp on it.
It is a soft plastic. So easy to do.

It does sound like you have a smaller than normal waste hose though.
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