Camco 20ft Sidewinder RV Sewer Hose Support, Made From Sturdy Lightweight Plastic, Won’t Creep Closed, Holds Hoses In Place – No Need For Straps (43051) – Camco RV 20′ Sidewinder Plastic Sewer Hose Support is sturdy and lightweight. Plastic support with strong snap-fit hinges has deep cradles to hold sewer hose in place without straps. No staples to rust. Easily positions around obstacles and stays where you put it. Won’t creep closed. Convenient handle makes storage even easier. The bottom of the Sidewinder cradle is 7-1/4″ high at its highest point and 4″ high at its lowest point. Patented.
- Sturdy, lightweight plastic that won’t creep closed
- Easily positions around obstacles and stays in place
- Convenient carrying handle keeps Sidewinder closed for easy storage
- Deep cradles hold the sewer hose in place without having to use straps
- The bottom of the Sidewinder cradle is 7-1/4″ high at its highest point and 4″ high at its lowest point
Sturdy and lightweight support
Camco 20 feet Sidewinder Plastic RV Sewer Hose Support keeps everything flowing smoothly to the dump station. The Sidewinder is sturdy and lightweight. The plastic support system has strong interlocked hinges and deep cradles to hold the sewer hose in place without straps. The Sidewinder easily stretches out without creeping closed and positions around obstacles to stay where you put it. The convenient handle makes storage and transportation even easier. The bottom of the Sidewinder cradle is 7-1/4 inches high at its highest point and 4 inches high at its lowest point. It extends to fit a 20-foot hose and compresses to just 12-1/2 inches.
How it works
Remove the orange handle from the Sidewinder and extend Sidewinder to the desired length. Position the Sidewinder between your RV and the sewer inlet with the highest end at the RV and the lowest end at the sewer inlet. Lay the sewer hose into the cradle of the Sidewinder and then hook up the sewer hose as you normally would. When you’re done, unhook the sewer hose and remove it from the Sidewinder. Collapse the Sidewinder and use the handle to secure it closed.