Camco 43031 10′ Sidewinder Plastic Sewer Hose Support

Camco RV 10′ Sidewinder 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.

Product Features

  • 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

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2 Responses to Camco 43031 10′ Sidewinder Plastic Sewer Hose Support

  1. Bob Gilley says:

    Works well, holds up to cold and sun We’ve been using this for a few years and we’re frequent travelers (60-70 nights a year) and normally only stay at a campground for a day or 2 before moving on, so it gets set up and taken down a lot. It’s held up well so far, including being kicked/tripped over more than I’d like to admit. It can get difficult to use on runs over 11 or 12 feet, but up to those lengths it holds our flexi-hose very well, and makes dumping very easy. It does take some common sense to make it last – it can’t be…

  2. oncenterline says:

    Even with zip ties, the sewer hose still managed to wriggle itself out of its cradle like a squirming little toddler!! 🙁 As soon as you dump your black water, s*** gets real, and the hose starts to expand and dismount from its little cradle. The chunky fluid inside the hose basically causes the hose to bend and droop out of this gentle cradle in multiple locations along the length of your poop chute. This also causes the Sidewinder to slide around and at one point it even tipped over.I even tried to use zip ties to strap the brown hose to the black Sidewinder, like a Fighter Pilot, and NOPE…like a…