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Old 05-21-2016, 11:15 PM   #51
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Two 5" PVC fence post from HD with gutter downspouts cut in half as full length slide out trays and fence post end caps hinged to each end. Lots od room for sewer hoses and fishing poles, etc.
Sorry about the pix being sideways. Spent about $40 on these. Screwed them to the frame using large fender washers and bolts.
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Old 05-21-2016, 11:22 PM   #52
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Rhinoflex will NOT fit in my bumper. The connecters are over 4" and will not fit.
That's what I thought too. I was all ready to make my own tube to mount under and one day I just checked and it DOES fit. I measured the barbs and it was 4.5" but they do go in each corner and it does fit. I have a 15' Rhino in one side and a 10' extension in the other.
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Old 05-21-2016, 11:44 PM   #53
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I have my 15 ft and 10 ft extension stuffed into my bumper. I pull out the 15 ft then disconnect from extension and purge.


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Old 05-22-2016, 09:55 AM   #54
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I have my 15 ft and 10 ft extension stuffed into my bumper. I pull out the 15 ft then disconnect from extension and purge.


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I always use a clear fitting especially on the black tank valve. Sense I can't get my fittings into my bumper as far as I am concerned the only thing the bumper is good for is a mud wasp collector. That is why I use a large tote and slide it in the basement. I can coil my hoses and place my fittings in a tote with no problem.

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Where to put sewer hose

I feel your pain. I had the same problem. Went to Lowes. Look in the vinyl fence area. They have a two square post that fit over normal post that you would sink into ground. Get the larger, I think 5" square. Cost about $25. Get 4 stainless steel adjustable bands 7-8 size over in plumbing. About $2-$3 each. Using bands attach to side of rear ladder. Drill hole all the way through the vinyl post at bottom and place bolt with lock nut. I can insert two sections of sewer hose, 90 connector, 180 connector and 45 connector all up through the bottom then insert the bolt so the won't fall out. When ready, remove bolt and pull out hose. Pictures are included.
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Old 05-22-2016, 04:08 PM   #56
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The Super-Slider looks like a really good product. I used the fence post with the vinyls gutter to hold the hose and fittings. An advantage of using the gutter is it holds any excess moisture that might come from the hose and prevents it from collecting inside the fence post. I assume that after a lot of use there could be a not so nice collection of whatever.

When I get home from a trip I pull the gutter with the hose and rinse them down and completely dry before putting back into the fence post.





I don't think the Super-Slider is big enough to hold a hose secured in a gutter.
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I feel your pain. I had the same problem. Went to Lowes. Look in the vinyl fence area. They have a two square post that fit over normal post that you would sink into ground. Get the larger, I think 5" square. Cost about $25. Get 4 stainless steel adjustable bands 7-8 size over in plumbing. About $2-$3 each. Using bands attach to side of rear ladder. Drill hole all the way through the vinyl post at bottom and place bolt with lock nut. I can insert two sections of sewer hose, 90 connector, 180 connector and 45 connector all up through the bottom then insert the bolt so the won't fall out. When ready, remove bolt and pull out hose. Pictures are included.
YES! Finally something large enough to hold a 90 degree fitting along with the hose. And sense it is square it could be bolted on top of the bumper. Then I could paint it black and no one will know the difference.

My doctor said my broken hip is healing well. He wants me to wait two weeks before I put any weight on it so in two weeks I can put my prosthetic on and start walking again, So in two weeks I will be heading for HD for some fence post.

Thank you,

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