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Trying to get everything loaded and organized for the first voyage out and ran into a problem. I bought a new Rhino Sewer hose 15' and it won't fit into the compartment made for the sewer hose? So I cut it down and bought and adapter, however, if I have to use the adapter and the other portion, even after cleaning it out, I don't want to store it with my other items. So, I'm looking for ideas on where to store the additional length of sewer hose when not in use. There is not much storage on this unit, so I'm trying to be creative yet accessible and not blatantly obvious.

Has anyone else run into this problem and what are some creative solutions?

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here is where I put mine 6" electrical conduit and strap hangers another way is use PVC fence post from home depot and cap on the end.

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I use a plastic storage container and it works great-

Another option might be to attach a tube to the ladder and vertically store the sewer hose.


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Not any good places to mount a longer storage tube underbody either. I gave up and carry mine in a 5 galln bucket in the truck bed, that keeps the yukkies outta the trailer anyway.



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Hummm trailer trash that will work on mine now, but his fsw dosent have alot of ground clearance.

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I think the storage is the same for our trailers








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I use a Rubbermaid storage box with some holes in the lid. I toss it in the back of the truck. Even though it fits in the bumper, the bumper gets rusty inside, the hose shucks around inside and wears out too fast (leaks).


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highdesertrats wrote:

I use a 5 gallon bucket with the hose in a spiral. I keep a lid on it with some holes drilled in the top. I store it in the storage compartment (right front of hauler) and it keeps the yuck stuff safely away. That "hose storage" spot on the left front side is worthless....unless you only have a 5 foot hose.


Same thing 5 gal works great.


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I use a 5 gallon bucket with the hose in a spiral. I keep a lid on it with some holes drilled in the top. I store it in the storage compartment (right front of hauler) and it keeps the yuck stuff safely away. That "hose storage" spot on the left front side is worthless....unless you only have a 5 foot hose.


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This are all good ideas, but as I was considering some of the suggestions I thought of an idea, curious if anyone has tried?

I would think the storage compartment for the sewer hose as it exists is located under the front bed or in the front storage? Even with that considered, how difficult would it be to remove the current tube storage and cut that back off and extend it with a longer piece of 4" PVC then cap it? I don't know if others have considered this or if it's possible without looking at the current structure, which is at home, and I'm not?

If you have any first hand knowledge of how the sewer hose storage is situated in the front on the trailer, I would love to hear if you think this idea is doable, within a certain limit of engineering. Obviously the 5 gal bucket idea has a great deal of merit since it is easy and cheap. I'm just trying to get the most out of my storage?

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