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Old 09-21-2016, 01:01 PM   #41
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Using my best hang-dog look: You guys are correct. It does fit. I didn't rotate the orange fitting to slide it in. I promise I'm not as dumb as this thread suggests. And I did find out what those two supports were for.

Please don't vote to blackball me from the forum.
Black ball you? Man, you fit right in. Lol
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Old 09-21-2016, 01:32 PM   #42
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Not sure about the rain gutter in the bumper... but I have a rain gutter in my fence post. The rain gutter slides in/out of the fence post perfectly and makes a perfect tray to hold the two lengths of sewer hose.

X2. I have the same setup. Conveniently located by the exterior drains. Slides out / Slides in! Holds all the hose you need, connections and a rubber glove compartment as well.
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Old 09-21-2016, 01:54 PM   #43
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X2. I have the same setup. Conveniently located by the exterior drains. Slides out / Slides in! Holds all the hose you need, connections and a rubber glove compartment as well.
Very Nice !!!
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X2. I have the same setup. Conveniently located by the exterior drains. Slides out / Slides in! Holds all the hose you need, connections and a rubber glove compartment as well.
Nice work! My wheels are spinning now.
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Old 09-21-2016, 02:31 PM   #45
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Briorick, that's gorgeous!
My husband really wanted to put all that under the MH and slide it out with a gutter but not enough room, or like you did on the bumper. Our bumper is too narrow and the ladder is too low. Boo. You did a great job.
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This has worked out great for us and is the perfect height without all the extra bending over. Especially for us "tall folk", that's a huge plus!

I can't take the credit for the design, other than assembling mine the way it is. There was a similar mod that was done, and shown, on here by another member. It sure has made the dumping process a lot easier and quicker.
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Very clever!
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