Pup sink and shower drain

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  1. milkman72

    milkman72 New Member

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    Drain issues

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  2. milkman72

    milkman72 New Member

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    Am having some queries with my drain for the shower in my pup. The drain is on the front passenger side and is a threaded 1.5" drain abs plastic..
    The sink drain is regular pvc also 1.5"draining from the drivers side. It was suggested to use a sump pump drainage hose for each drain to go to the sewer at the campground. An still having done issues putting it all together....
    Any suggestions would be appreciated
    Factory installed everything. Shower is combo with cassette toilet. Standard factory sink. 2008 Rockwood freedom model 2280....
    Thank you[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  3. RainH2o

    RainH2o New Member

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    I have the same problem did you ever figure it out?
     
  4. crackerJack

    crackerJack Active Member

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    OP hasn't been on the portal in 3 years.

    1 1/2" female thread x barb adapter, hose clamp, and 1 1/2" sump pump hose. Locally, Ace Hardwares carry the barbed fittings.
     
  5. RainH2o

    RainH2o New Member

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    Thanks for the info, So do I just put a barb on both pipes (shower and sink) then run them to a t and then from the T to the sewer ?
     
  6. crackerJack

    crackerJack Active Member

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    Two options
    A) Repipe the drains under the camper with pvc or abs permanently. Tie them together with a tee and stub them out one side of the camper for hookup to flexible sump pump hose to site sewer.

    B) Pipe the drains together on the ground with sump pump hose temporarily, during setup. Tie them together with a tee and route to site sewer.

    Option B is more labor intensive every time you setup. But it is not very complicated. A bag of sump pump hose sections, a tee, some couplings, elbows, and hose clamps. Depending on the site conditions, tie them together and route them to the site sewer tap. Use the grade, or rocks or logs to get something close to slope on the hose. For a few days, it's not a big deal if the slope isn't perfect.
    Anyone can be a "Rockstar" Plumber with some hose and barb fittings!
     
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