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Old 04-11-2014, 02:43 AM   #1
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Sewer hose compartment??

Does anyone know of a hidden compartment where there sewer hose goes on a 2014 Georgetown 280DS? Just picked it up today....I will update my profile when I more energetic....outfitting is always a bear!
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Don't know of any hidden stinky slinky compartment but made one out of a 8x8x 8ft fence post I bought from Lowes and hung it on the jack brackets.
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Old 04-11-2014, 09:23 AM   #3
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Hummmm I am so wondering why that was omitted.....I plan to get some
PVC pipe, 4" cap one end with screw cap on the other end and mount it
to the frame underneath as well.

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We just did a Sliding sewer hose mod on our new TT. Using the 5x5 fence post cover and a vinyl gutter. We mounted it under the back bumper, but now thinking to move it some where else. We dont have hills here but plan to travel in the future that might have steep hills.

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Don't know of any hidden stinky slinky compartment but made one out of a 8x8x 8ft fence post I bought from Lowes and hung it on the jack brackets.
Do you have pictures of it mounted to the jack brackets. We want to move ours but dont have much available space because our TT is only 19 feet long so its pretty compact under there.

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Hummmm I am so wondering why that was omitted.....I plan to get some
PVC pipe, 4" cap one end with screw cap on the other end and mount it
to the frame underneath as well.

Thank you.
If you have bayonet style connectors you will need the 5" fence post. I used the square one because it was a lot easier to mount flush to the jack brackets.
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Old 04-11-2014, 12:48 PM   #7
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My Solution as of right now.

The Georgetown 280DS does not come with a bumper or in effect a hollow tube to store your stinky slinky in. I don't know who's infinite wisdom that was but had I known I would have given some extra though to my purchase....however you can't pull the best from each coach so you have to settle on one....here is my solution..
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[QUOTE=WDK;585195]The Georgetown 280DS does not come with a bumper or in effect a hollow tube to store your stinky slinky in. I don't know who's infinite wisdom that was but had I known I would have given some extra though to my purchase....however you can't pull the best from each coach so you have to settle on one....here is my solution..

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Search this forum for sewer hose storage and you will find more info
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We've not done the PVC fence post mod yet, so for now we use a round/circular wreath storage box (plastic) that I caught on sale right after Christmas at WalMart.
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