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 What connector will fit the grey waste outlet?
1330160 Post Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:45 pm Thank this member for this postReply with quote Add User to Ignore List Back To Top

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We often stay on fully serviced sites and it would be useful to attach a hose to the vehicle to have "mains drainage".
Has anybody else achieved this and if so how?
 
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Used a 1.5"BSP male to .5" hose connector from our local aquatics centre. Does restrict the flow to a trickle but if you're 'plumbed in' so what.

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If parked not too far from the drain point you can use an old bicycle inner tube like we do.

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I bought a length of corrugated hose slightly bigger than the hose outlet and shove it on over it. It works for me.
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As the waste pipe is internally threaded on my Bolero, I obtained a 1" outside threaded adapter from the local plumbers merchants and pushed on an old washing machine outlet pipe. Jubilee clip to keep it in place and I can now screw on the flexible drain pipe to reach wherever I have to.

Make sure it's empty though when you take it off.........
 
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I don't have a hobby and i don't know the size/style of your outlet, but if you scroll down to the bottom of the page linked to below; you'll see pictures etc of my solution to the same issue.

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Yaxley wrote:
I bought a length of corrugated hose slightly bigger than the hose outlet and shove it on over it. It works for me.
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As others have said depends on the van my old c I had a guillotine valve under the centre of the van and a 11/2 " waste fitting wedged in nicely saved manouvering to get over the drain , one of the first adaptions I did on the Bessie was to alter the waste a 3/4" overflow adapter screwed in to the valve and I can either turn this down into a container or add a length of large bore hose to run to a drain
 
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As others have said depends on the van my old c I had a guillotine valve under the centre of the van and a 11/2 " waste fitting wedged in nicely saved manouvering to get over the drain , one of the first adaptions I did on the Bessie was to alter the waste a 3/4" overflow adapter screwed in to the valve and I can either turn this down into a container or add a length of large bore hose to run to a drain
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