Updated December 01, 2020 by Lydia Chipman

The 6 Best RV Sewer Hose Supports

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This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in October of 2018. However you use your RV, you'll need some sort of sewer hose support to prevent backflow or stagnation from fouling up your campsite. Our selection covers the spectrum — from flexible, accordion-type brackets that wind around obstacles to rigid conduits designed to remain in place for longer stays — so you're sure to find a suitable solution to keep things flowing in the right direction. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Level-Trek Extendable

2. Camco Aluminum

3. Camco Sidewinder

Editor's Notes

November 11, 2020:

We removed the Valterra EZ Slider because of reports of it being too flimsy and not being able to fit larger sewer hoses.

If you're a beginner to RV sewer hoses, and not exactly sure how these supports are supposed to work, not to worry. Essentially, all your support is there to do is to hold the hose in place properly while it drains, allowing gravity to do all the work. Without anything supporting the hose, it would just lay on the ground, with nothing to propel the wastewater out of it. As long as you understand this concept, you shouldn't have any problems setting up or operating whichever model you choose.

If you’re looking for a hose to go with your support, this collection of sewer hose kits offers some high-quality options. Trust me, if there’s anything that you shouldn’t skimp on when gearing up your RV, it's a reliable and durable sewer hose.

If you need a holding tank for your sewage and wastewater, consider these black water tanks. They come in a range of sizes, so regardless of your RV, you should find one that fits your needs.

November 01, 2018:

Included flexible plastic and metal options that work on various terrain, plus rigid conduits designed for longer-term stays and fixed campsites.

4. Camco Adjustable Rigid Cradles

5. Lippert Components Flow Down

6. Valterra Slunky


Lydia Chipman
Last updated on December 01, 2020 by Lydia Chipman

An itinerant wordsmith with a broad constellation of interests, Lydia Chipman has turned iconoclasm into a livelihood of sorts. Bearing the scars and stripes of an uncommon diversity of experience -- with the notable exceptions of joining a religious order or becoming an artist -- she still can’t resist the temptation to learn something new. Lydia holds a master of arts in English from Georgia Southern University, and a bachelor of arts cum laude in integrative studies from Clayton College. Her expertise is in the areas of robotics, electronics, toys, and outdoors and computer equipment.


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