Grey Water Drainage

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  1. giddz

    giddz Read Only Funster

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    Unfortunately I lost my grey water drain pipe and tap to a large rock in a layby in France. I jury rigged a stopper until we got home but now need to replace the pipe and tap. So far the local motorhome dealers have been unable to supply.
    My van is a Bessacar e560 and the only remaining piece of pipe shows 25/32 x 1 " as its size.
    Am I better off trying swift dealers or going to a plumbing outlet to sort it out.
    Whilst I'm at it is it worth replaceing the rigid hose with a flexible one?:Eeek:
     
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    go to your local garden centre that also does ponds they will sort ya
     
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    Or CAK Tanks ( http://www.caktanks.co.uk/ ) keep a massive range and I believe that is where others have got them from :thumb:
     
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    Hi had same problem - went to a local plumber who fixed a stainless steel drain tap at the end of the pipe, Job sorted.
    Just need to leave drain tap open in winter to stop it freezing up.

    Norman
     
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    From my experience most are std 32mm or 40mm plastic available in most diy places, try swimming pool or fish pond stuff for a suitable tap.
     
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    at half the price of a motor home deler :thumb:
     
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    And the taps do not leak.
     
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