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rv sewer hose length/storage
#11
Plumbers tape is a great material to use for strapping and it is cheap and strong.
Brian

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#12
I also used a section of vinyl 5" square fence post. Also used a section of vinyl gutter as a tray.
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  • rvpopeye (09-20-2019)
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#13
just be warned (learned the hard way ONCE) that some older bumpers have rust inside... think sand paper.
couple that with miles and miles of road vibration...

just believe me when I say that many little invisible pinholes in your sewer hose = bad day

after that, the new replacement hose got stored in a shallow tote along with the connectors and a box of gloves.
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#14
Yote' mom
(Sounds kind of reggae mon)
Mine's in a plastic tote now too .
I left the old one in the rusty bumper in case somebody needs to steal it.............

Tom
I had a couple of pvc tubes under my class A much like that fence post ^ that tray idea worked great .
You just taught an old dog a new trick ! The vinyl probably weighs less too .
I'll be trying square next time.....
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  • GypsyDogs (09-20-2019)
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#15
I have one permanently mounted under the van, open a latch, pull it out and connect it. I carry an extension hose in case I can't get close enough to the dump hole. I carry it in a tote.

I had to replace the permanent hose shortly after I got it as it had little wear holes in the bottom. It stores in a length of black 4 "(?) open ended pipe. Very handy to use this way. I replaced with the heaviest duty one I could find which ended up costing me about a foot in pull out length.
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#16
Think mine is a Rhino.
Def HeavyDuty ,,,,,that's VERY important !!
I shield it from the sun if I leave it out for the season.
Some pieces of vinyl gutter to support/guide/protect and tin foil on top .
(so the aliens don't know what I'm doing,,,, shhhhhhhh)
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#17
i went with the fence post
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cut it in half and havent found a place for the other half yet,have a cubby hole next to the shower and stuck the other hose in there
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#18
Thought of drilling small holes in both ends to ventilate/dry the hose ?
Screen it so wasps don't move in..
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I just saw this

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  • Roadtripp (09-20-2019)
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#20
Just another Vinyl Fence Post comment...
I put a 5 foot long 4 inch fence post under my travel trailer, used plumbers tape and a couple of self tapping sheet metal screws into the frame.
Plenty of length for two sections of Sewer Hose.

The cap is held on loosely but securely with a hitch pin, allowing any moisture to evaporate and still keeps the bugs out.
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