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Old 07-04-2017, 01:58 PM   #21
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I've run into a number of weird sewer ports in campgrounds around the country. To connect to these I have made several adapters and purchased a couple others, in addition to the rubber donut.



The top-left is a Valterra adapter that fits a three inch threaded port. Top-center is a couple of three inch ABS fittings I put together to solve the low port issue, but only works with a three inch port. Top-right is a three inch female to female threaded adapter I made for additional rise that I needed somewhere that I don't remember now. And the bottom fitting I made from a Valterra part, the red threaded part, and an ABS fitting that I cut from a three inch adapter to convert to a four inch port. Below is a Valterra clear bayonet elbow.

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I now have a second threaded bayonet fitting from a new hose kit I purchased. I went to Home Depot or Lowes and picked up a 3 inch PVC pipe stub with a threaded female end. The pipe stub fits over the female bayonet fitting tightly and I now have a 4 inch riser that will thread into the recessed concrete dump holes. I did need to trip the end of the threaded bayonet fitting so it would screw into the PVC stub. Fixed the problem.

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I now have a second threaded bayonet fitting from a new hose kit I purchased. I went to Home Depot or Lowes and picked up a 3 inch PVC pipe stub with a threaded female end. The pipe stub fits over the female bayonet fitting tightly and I now have a 4 inch riser that will thread into the recessed concrete dump holes. I did need to trip the end of the threaded bayonet fitting so it would screw into the PVC stub. Fixed the problem.

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