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Old 05-06-2015, 11:37 AM   #11
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FYI. Amazon has a similar conduit kit for a little cheaper. I just ordered 2 for myself (one for the stinky slinky and one for my mat). Can't wait til they get here. Thanks for the idea!
http://www.amazon.com/Reese-7054900-...=ATVPDKIKX0DER
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:02 PM   #12
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Great mods here guys. Good jobs!
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:25 PM   #13
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very cool. Especially using the gutter as a slide-out
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:31 PM   #14
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Annnnnnndddd ANOTHER option


This box is specifically designed for a Lippert WasteMaster Sewer system BUT it will work to store any sewer hose. They were selling them at Goshen last year for $50.00 It holds a 20' sewer hose, the big WasteMaster Nozzle, a sewer wrench, 3 adapters and still has room to spare (BTW, I like the WasteMaster better than a RhinoFlex It is a LOT more expensive than a Rhinoflex though )
I did not see that, I hope they have them this year! That is a great solution!
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That is awesome. It looks so professional and clean.

The door end is attached to the PVC with small bolts? I seem to see the bolt heads in the pic. Is that true? How does the other end attach? Did you just put screws into the PVC?

Nice job.

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Yes the door end I used some button head allen bolts a washer and with nylon lock nuts on the outside so the gutter slides over them easily. The other end I used some self tapping screw, I predrilled them a little so they would go in easier. The caps are also very snug I had to use a soft mallet to tap them on. Might be able to see the bolts a little better with this pic.
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Annnnnnndddd ANOTHER option


This box is specifically designed for a Lippert WasteMaster Sewer system BUT it will work to store any sewer hose. They were selling them at Goshen last year for $50.00 It holds a 20' sewer hose, the big WasteMaster Nozzle, a sewer wrench, 3 adapters and still has room to spare (BTW, I like the WasteMaster better than a RhinoFlex It is a LOT more expensive than a Rhinoflex though )
I did not see this in my searches, definitely would have considered it though! Great idea!
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Great idea! Thanks for the tip!
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Very slick! Nicely done!
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FYI. Amazon has a similar conduit kit for a little cheaper. I just ordered 2 for myself (one for the stinky slinky and one for my mat). Can't wait til they get here. Thanks for the idea!
http://www.amazon.com/Reese-7054900-...=ATVPDKIKX0DER
They also sell the kits in 4" an 8" (if you can find 8" PVC). The 8" might work real well with the lager mats.
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Great mod. Had been planning on doing the vinyl fence post until I saw this. thanks for sharing.
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