We have a 2017 21' ordered..... we'll be parking it by the side of our home. A tight spot, but doable i think.
The 21' will be quite snug up - about 6" or 8" away from - a tall wall (all along the property line) on the drivers side.
About once a year the parked Escape is used by guests, and so after their stay I need to empty the black and grey tanks.
Using my Trailer Valet XL I could move the Escape a long way forward to get easy access to the sewage drain, but it would be much easier to leave it in place.
approximately how far from the black/grey outlet is it to the front of the body , and how far is it to the rear of the body? (not including front storage box, not including rear bumper or spare tire)
If the 21' Escape is about 6" or 8" from the long wall from the drivers side, I'm understandably concerned about being able to get access, and connect an RV sewage hose to the Escape, and then open and close the valves.
Any clever tricks that I haven't thought of?
I plan on getting the underside foam, FWIIW.
With the foam, do you think a decent sized (but not huge) adult guy (me) could crawl along the side of the Escape to connect the sewage hose and work the valves, with a wall 6" away from the belly band.
My body would have to be mostly *under* the Escape, as I can't fit thru an 8" opening.
Yes I know the 2017 21' is more square, and also the frame is 4" wider.
I know this is a tough question to answer..... thanks for any thoughts.