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Old 08-23-2013, 02:18 PM   #1
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This week will be our first trip in the new Georgetown 337DS and I was wondering where do you store your Sewage Hose? I know there is a thread under general but I am more concerned with Georgetown owners.
Thanks in advance for your help!!
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Old 08-23-2013, 02:22 PM   #2
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This week will be our first trip in the new Georgetown 337DS and I was wondering where do you store your Sewage Hose? I know there is a thread under general but I am more concerned with Georgetown owners.
Thanks in advance for your help!!

I stow mine in a side compartment close to the hook up. All I keep in this compartment is gloves, sewer hose and my jack pads. Once I figure out how to do what most guys are doing on their 5ers and TT's with the PVD fence post I am going to try and figure out a place to do that underneath.
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I've been looking at pulling the trigger on one of these types:



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That's the way to go...just like us TT & 5'ver folks! Works great
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Try your back bumper. There should be removable plastic caps on each end that remove. Keeps the yuck out of the storage compartment
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We keep our hoses in a plastic tub that fits nicely in our pass thru compartment , so we wouldn't have any need to do this mod, but if we did, I think I would do as many others here have done and that's to mount the storage tube (s) across the RV bottom side to side.

It would seem easier to place the hose in the tube if the access side of the tube is under the RV and in the open - less handling and less mess that way IMO. Also elimates the need to crawl under the RV to remove and reinstall the tube end cap which just doesn't appeal to me at all

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Try your back bumper. There should be removable plastic caps on each end that remove. Keeps the yuck out of the storage compartment
If you are going to store the slinky in the bumper, I suggest getting a pc of pvc guttering and make a slide out drawer to keep the rust from eating the slinky which it will do in a very short time, which most of us have learned the hard way.
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This week will be our first trip in the new Georgetown 337DS and I was wondering where do you store your Sewage Hose? I know there is a thread under general but I am more concerned with Georgetown owners.
Thanks in advance for your help!!
I understand the problem I have been trying to figure this out as well. The video that has been posted here is a nice idea but will not work on our Georgetowns. What I have been doing is to store all my sewage items in the compartment right in front of the back wheel. It is small compartment but is a pass through and on the other side that compartment is right next to the door. I discovered an odor to in that compartment and then realized where it was coming from. My plan is to seal the driver side off making a dedicated sewer compartment.
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Our GT has a pass thru as the aft compartment. I store the hose in a thin long plastic storage box with a tight lid on it. I also have my gloves and a bottle of hand cleanser in there. It all gets washed down and dried off with a towel before putting away. So far no problems or odors in our first year of ownership.
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I have hunted high and low and can not find fence post. Guess we dont have them here in Georgia.
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