What is this hose?

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  1. Lovecamping!

    Lovecamping! New Member

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    I have a 2007 Fleetwood niagra and have not yet used the water hook ups but noticed on the underbelly of the trailer a hose that was approx 3 in diameter , teal/blue color and flexible and came from the curbside near the frig. It had many holes in it and came apart while driving. Looked like some type of a water hose but unsure. Obviously needs to be replaced but unsure of what it was for and where to get replacement part. Thank you!
     
  2. tombiasi

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    Picture would help.
     
  3. Raycfe

    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    Sounds like fresh water tank fill hose
     
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    Ooooh good thought! Thank you!
     
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    Hose is completely gone.
     
  6. tombiasi

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    3 inch fresh water hose?
     
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    No way a fresh water tank fill hose would be 3" in diameter, at best either 1.375" or 1.5". The only plumbing in your Niagara that would be 3" diameter would be part of the trailer's sewer system which drained grey water from the galley sink and shower and black water from the trailer's 9 gal black water holding tank that also serves as a pedestal for the toilet itself. A pic of the affected area would tell the tale.
     
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    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    Your 2007 Niagara only has two flex hoses. The one I suggested as the fresh water fill hose....... and yes it will not be 3"ID
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    22 in photo.

    And you also have a sewer (grey/black tank) vent hose. I guess this is the one you are talking about. Remove the outer vent and pull out what is left of it to match size. But as you can see it is also only 1 ¼"

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    Dingit Well-Known Member

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    But neither of those are curb side. Could this be a mod from a previous owner?
     
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    That's definitely the fresh water fill hose. It's the same as my 2008 Niagara. It starts at the water fill in the sidewall and then goes through the floor to the water take below the floor. It will take about a 5 ft. piece to replace it.
     
  12. jmkay1

    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    Had the exact one. Mine was completely torn off in the middle section and had a bare of a time trying to figure the size of the tube needed to replace it. I think I go the wrong size off by a ml as it would not fit on the water tank but was ever so close. Ended up forcing it on and it’s not coming off.
     

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