Originally Posted by prof_fate
Many have hollow back bumpers that may hold the cheapie hoses. If you get a good hose they won't fit.
I don't agree with this statement--first off, what do you consider a "cheapie" hose? I bought my TT and it had a cheapie hose stored in the back bumper, but after 2 trips out I bought a RhinoFlex hose, then a second one for reaching from the galley tank to the drain, and they both fit (compressed) in my bumper. I also bought a plastic tool box and mounted it to the top of the bumper on one side to hold the coupler for hooking them together, the drain adapter, clear elbow, etc. I don't want any of that stuff stored anywhere near the other things I store in the outside compartment (I only have one outside compartment, the rest of the Salem's storage is inside, and that's also out of the question.) I wouldn't consider RF hoses cheapie, and they fit well. Shop around...
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