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Old 08-28-2016, 12:21 PM   #1
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Sewer hose storage

I know a few have posted pics of their mods for sewage hose storage in various threads. Can anyone post a link or share their storage ideas for the rhino hose please. Thanks.
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Old 08-28-2016, 12:42 PM   #2
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I just put two, not one but two (LOL) Sani-Tubes under the trailer, bolted to the frame. One holds the 20 foot hose and the other the backup 15 foot hose. I keep the connections in a black plastic cheapo tool box.

I got rid of my Rhino's. The connections are semi-permanent, making storage in the Sanitube impossible. Plus they developed pinholes after a month.
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Old 08-31-2016, 11:30 AM   #3
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Here is my set up. Bayonet and elbow attachment stay on hose and I hang the threaded sewer piece on the ladder. I know it's not classy looking driving down the road with that hanging from the ladder, but it works for me.


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Old 08-31-2016, 11:37 AM   #4
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I stow my Rhino (15' & 10') along with the connectors in the 4" bumper.
Turn the connector fittings properly and they will all go in.

EDIT... Sorry, didn't realize you don't have a 4" bumper
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It also doesn't include signatures which doesn't help either.
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I stow my Rhino (15' & 10') along with the connectors in the 4" bumper.
Turn the connector fittings properly and they will all go in.
Don't have a bumper.
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Old 08-31-2016, 12:01 PM   #6
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Motorhomes are different.

I saw somebody use the space on top of the propane tank, going across across the MH.

I also saw sombody put a hole in a basement compartment and attach a tube to it. That was the nicest solution in my book. Hose was where it neded to be.
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Old 08-31-2016, 01:11 PM   #7
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I bought 2 pvc 4xx fence posts and 4.caps
Mounted them underneath
Screwd 1 cap perm on the end of each.
The other on each i kind of hinged / secured with a small bungee. Carries 2 hoses. 1 in each. A little tight, but works fine!
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Fence post with an end cap and vinyl gutter slide. Holds 2 10' rhinoflex sections plus a cap with hose connection for cleaning. Sits diagonal on the frame, held by heavy duty zip ties. We used rivets to connect all the pieces, was pretty simple to construct.
Works awesome.
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Fence post with an end cap and vinyl gutter slide. Holds 2 10' rhinoflex sections plus a cap with hose connection for cleaning. Sits diagonal on the frame, held by heavy duty zip ties. We used rivets to connect all the pieces, was pretty simple to construct.

Works awesome.

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Nice! I think I'm going to try your idea. Thanks!
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Fence post with gutter inside works great for me, keep 15' hose and the cheap hose with only a bayonet on one end for dump stations, usually within a couple feet of sewer and I don't need to have a 15' hose.
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