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Old 04-04-2011, 06:42 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by jackhartjr View Post
If you have the 4 inch square rear bumper...that's the storage. Jack
Jack, be alert for signs of rust in that bumper. Mine is already red with rust inside. That rust acts like sandpaper each time you slide the hose into it or take it out. Eventually, you will have a leaker.

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Old 04-04-2011, 07:26 AM   #12
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Stowing sewer hose

I got creative with my sewer hose stowage of the sewer hose. Lowes/
Home Depot has a 4" thin wall white PVC sewer pipe (about $8.50), adapter threaded adapter fittings, threaded plugs, couple nylon cleats (easy removal of plugs), four stainless clamps. You will have to remove part of the plastic ears from the RHINO fittings (So they will fit into 4" PVC) Can be removed with hacksaw, use dremel tool to dress, remove part of the locking "knobs" also. Drill air holes for drying and vents in the bottom and top of the PVC pipe. Or you can purchase from camping world
a ready made PVC made stowage tube.

I had plenty of time and creative for my own set up. I had to make two
because I have two sewer drainage hose. Go to Wally-World purchase a clear plastic stowage container for all your fittings, rubber gloves to complete your set up.

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Old 04-04-2011, 08:14 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by campnqueen View Post
Hello Bocephus,
Don;t waste you money on the "starter" hose... get a Rhino-flex! So worth the $$$... no thin floppy soooo well... you will be very happy.. I promise you. RHINO-flex BY Camco... can get at Camping world or Amazon (online).
Thanks for the tip!!
I was wondering what a good brand of hose was

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