Originally Posted by leencharlotte
I did this as well. Unfortunately, my Rhinoflex, with the attached end pieces didnt fit. So i ended up using my 4x4 bumper, which fits only at the righ angle...
If your hose has permanent attchments, you may want to consider a fence post or larger PVC. Lowes went from 4"-6" and a huge price difference as well. Fence post should be less expensive
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I also have the Rhinoflex hose but it won't fit inside the bumper either due to the end attachment. It also does not fit inside the tube from CW either. Did you say that Lowes has a 6 in wide post? If so, I will be checking that out.
Currently I'm keeping my sewer hose inside a plastic bag (double) without any problem but summer coming and it could start smelling. My bays has the smallest doors so finding the right size container is still a challenge in this matter. I did find an overpriced container for $17 that is tall enough, long enough and fit through the door. For those using plastic containers - any smelling problems during summer?
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