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Old 07-27-2016, 10:21 AM   #51
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And now on to the next small deal - "my awning " rolled it out for the first time camping and it looked so low on right side that it was embarrassing , tried to roll it back and had to push it with a broom - lol ( the right brackets look real loose ) hope that is it ?
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Old 07-27-2016, 11:25 AM   #52
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brackets/bolts going into the wall?

There is a pitch adjustment that can be done. I don't like the sound of "loose against the wall". Pitch adjustment is somewhat easy, if the mounting plate is loose, it sounds like the installer might have missed the backer. In one year, I have seen ONE this way and it was the front one. It looks like they knew because there was a washer on that bolt...I was NOT a happy camper.
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Old 08-25-2016, 11:40 PM   #53
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Hi bclemens...maybe you can answer this question. We recently ordered a 2017 Isata 3 RW and was wondering how deep that sewer hose cavity is and it's diameter? We normally use a 15' RhinoFlex hose that compacts to 56", but the hose has adapters and elbows already attached (they can be removed). In the past, the hose would easily fit in a 4x4" bumper storage. The holder looks wide enough to hold it, but when we saw the floorplan, we did not get the measurements. We are so looking forward to getting our new rig. Thank you!
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Its not anywhere near 56". We're limited to the depth from the sidewall to the chassis frame rail which is about 36", give or take. We've been looking at lots of alternatives but none of them seem to be fitting the bill.

I will say, the 24RW has a generous amount of storage for a small unit and there are several smaller compartments that could work for storage of the hose and other utility items.
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Its not anywhere near 56". We're limited to the depth from the sidewall to the chassis frame rail which is about 36", give or take. We've been looking at lots of alternatives but none of them seem to be fitting the bill.

I will say, the 24RW has a generous amount of storage for a small unit and there are several smaller compartments that could work for storage of the hose and other utility items.
Thank you for your quick response...a 10" RhinoFlex compresses to 32", so it may fit, which would be nice. As we will be traveling 6 months out of the year, bin storage in this small rig will be at a premium...hate to use some of it for sewer connections.
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