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Old 06-11-2016, 05:29 PM   #11
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If one does not have a power awning we have always used command hangers on the side of the front storage compartment and hung the awning rod over them . up high and out of the way. Also hung the power cord for the unit on a leather strap wit a hold and a hook on it to keep it on the side of the compartment up and out of the way of the bottom.




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Old 06-11-2016, 11:36 PM   #12
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I'm using a tote for the 20 feet of sewer hoses and fittings, storing the 10 foot section that came with it in the rear bumper and at this moment, am using all 30 feet.

In the second tote, I am putting all my tools, ties, bungee cords, fuses, screws, and other stuff.

I like the hose hangers in the previous posts, will check that out when I get home. The power cable, what to do, it's very heavy, hurts my back every time I get it out.
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Old 06-12-2016, 04:37 PM   #13
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Loking for hitch cargo box

I've seen three different RV's that had a carbo box on their trailer hitch. i have no idea what the make is. All i know is that it's beige in colour, seems to hold 2 bikes inside, opens up in the middle with two swing doors. I've looked at many internet places and haven't even come close to finding this totaly enclosed box that slides on the trailer hitch. If you've seen this cargo holder, please let me know where to find it. Thanks.
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Old 06-14-2016, 12:01 PM   #14
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I now store my sewer hoses on my rear bumper but not inside the bumper. I used (2) 8ft lengths of pvc fence sleeve; one is 4 inch and the other is 5 inch. I slid my 2 sewer hoses inside the 4 inch pvc sleeve and then inserted that into the 5 inch sleeve. I can extend the sleeves almost 16 feet with the hoses inside . The sleeves act as a support for the hoses which helps keep the pitch much better than those accordion supports. I also put a 6 inch bolt and nut through both ends to keep the hose from sliding out. A couple of hose clamps later and it was on the bumper. Finally I made a couple of legs out of old 3/4 " pvc pipe to get the elevation. Works great and I don't need to store them inside anymore.
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