E-Z Hose Coupler
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E-Z Hose Coupler

E-Z Hose Coupler is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
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Item No. 3422
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E-Z Hose Coupler makes a quick and easy connection for your extension hose.

Hoses won't pull apart while stretching or lifting to drain. By Valterra.

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Unit Weight 0.20 lb
Brand Valterra
MFG Part No. F02-3102
E-Z Hose Coupler is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the EZ line I really like the EZ line from Valterra. There are no clamps needed - these just twist into the hose you have to create a tight seal. Heavy plastic should hold up to most abuse. Easy to remove and replace.
Date published: 2007-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to conect two hoses together Why drag out the long 25' hose when a 10' or 12' will do? When you do need a long hook up It's easy to connect 2 short hoses together( no tools requiered simply twist in)
Date published: 2003-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from EZ Coupler Yes, it couples the hoses well AND allows you to fit two hoses joined together into your sewage storage pipe. That was the primary reason for purchasing this item as bayonet fittings are too large in diameter to fit inside a standard 4-inch pipe. A word of caution you MUST ensure that you have screwed the coupler onto the hose sufficiently to seal against leakage (this takes more twisting than you would immediately think - especially in cooler temperatures). When you have fulled screwed the coupler on the hoses then screw it on some more to get it leak-tight. Anyway the down side of using this item is that once tightly coupled the hoses are then very difficult to separate. So if you only need a 10-foot run you will have to get creative on your hose lead or suffer the problems associated with disconnecting the coupler. A 20-ft length of hose doesn't stay in the rack well when collasped to a 10-ft run (I guess I could tie down the hose at 6-inch intervals to minimize the jump when dumping but seems like way too many tie points - spaced further than 6-inches and the hose jumps off the rack). It makes you wonder why RV manufacturers don't size the storage area (pipes) to receive the hose AND fittings - go figure !!
Date published: 2006-01-26
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