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Old 08-28-2016, 09:20 PM   #21
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I found that a plastic Christmas wreath box (got mine from Lowe's) works out GREAT for storing my hoses. The ones that I got have some plastic tabs inside that makes it really easy to just coil the hose up. They're large enough to accommodate 2 hoses easily along with the 90-degree adaptor and pressure regulator. They have a solid bottom so that any water won't get into the trailer. I have a separate one that I use for black tank flush hoses so that there's no chance of cross-contamination.

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