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From my post above. The perforated PVC is great for a couple reasons.

1) The hose can drip dry while you are driving home.
2) It is made to slip fit into the next section of pipe, so one end is enlarged. Perfect for holding the fitting end of the hose.

One end is enclosed with a drain cap, the other is secured with a small bungee. I will come up with a better solution for the open end eventually, I was trying to gt finished up for a trip. Total cost ~$10.

4" PVC at Lowe's




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