Originally Posted by purduepete97
I think the last post kind of answered my question, but just trying to figure out why people do this vs using the rear bumper for sewer hose storage?? Fairly new to TT's, so maybe it is that not all TTs have a 4 inch bumper??
Speaking of being new to TTs and thus new to dump stations, we got a kit with two 10-ft tube sections and a 90 degree elbow. Two questions:
1. When dumping at a dump station on your way out of the campground, do you use the 90 degree elbow or just (gently/carefully) put the end of your hose into the dump "hole"?
2. Where do you store the 90 degree elbow? Obviously won't fit into the bumper. Our TT has only one large outside storage compartment, and I really don't want to put it in there with our other "non-gross" stuff. Any creative solutions for an under-trailer storage rack/hook/container for this piece of the sewage system?
I like using fence posts for his storage as they went ever rust. Some have had problems after some time, with their hose getting pin holes from sliding inside our back out of the bumper after it gets some inner rust.
As far as storage of the ends, I use a smallish Rubbermaid that seals up well, and it lives in the basement. Next to it is a pack of disposable gloves, a bottle of bleach mix for spraying anything questionable, and a small pump if hand sanitizer.