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Old 06-06-2017, 10:34 PM   #1
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Hello Skoolie.net, I wanted to know if all the service hook ups go on the driver's side of the Bus? I talking about the Black, Gray, and flush water hook ups? And the shore (Electrical) hook up?
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Old 06-06-2017, 10:52 PM   #2
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That's what my research shows. I looked at plenty of campers and trailers, they all have the hook ups on the driver's side.

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Yeah, the electrical and stuff is usually on the far rear corner on the driver's side. Aren't the tank dump stations usually on the right hand side of the vehicle/trailer?
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Yeah, the electrical and stuff is usually on the far rear corner on the driver's side. Aren't the tank dump stations usually on the right hand side of the vehicle/trailer?
Every one I have looked at was on the driver's side. Walked around a few rv dealers looking for ideas...

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I only had one trailer and it was years ago so I could easily be wrong. I hated dumping the black tank. Nasty business. I'm just remembering pulling through the dump station and it seems like the dump connection was on the right hand side. I do remember that there were people that would go through the dump station the wrong way to get their plumbing on the RV pointing at the dump hole. I won't get have a black tank again.
What I'm saying is they apparently make them both ways.
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Hookups at most RV parks will be on the drivers side. I have been to a few that were at the very back of the space.

You definitely want all of your hookups on the drivers side if you intend to stay at campgrounds & RV parks. Or, if you will be using dump stations.

I don't really see the need for it but I have seen a few rigs that had sewer and water hookups on both sides.
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