I have seen a lot of different ideas on how to store the stinky slinky, and I took the one I saw that I liked the best, and took some of my own ideas to it and came up with this! It's a 4-3/4"x4-3/4" vinyl fence post from Lowes with vinyl gutter inside. I then cut some laminated shelving pieces to fit the contours of the inside of the gutter to section it off for "compartments" for the different sections of hose, fittings etc.. Then took the post caps, riveted hinges and latches on and riveted them on to the fence post. Here is the finished product, it stores my 15' Rhino hose, end fitting, 45 degree fitting, and 5' extention. I then mounted it under the trailer to the frame, right next to the sewer connection, so everthing is right there. I can access it from either side of the trailer, as both ends have hinges and latches.
I am going to look at something like that for our next trailer, I like it. Our current slinky won't slide into the bumper so it stays in the truck bed, not the ideal solution.
Yeah, the hose would go in the bumper, barley.. but the end fitting wouldn't go in, and also, the hose would come out with little rust pieces on it, which I didn't like. I am out caming right now, first time out with this setup, and it is working great!! My dad is jealous, I might end up making one for him too