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I strapped a pvc fence post with end caps and eye bolt/wing nut to a frame cross member. Lots of hose and the fittings fit inside. I located it near the dump pipe outlet for convenience. Lowe's or Home Depot.

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Thats what we use, except ours is mounted on top of the rear bumper.The elbow is stored sepeately in the storage compartment of the TT.


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Fence post mounted under the TT. I put it right next to the drain valves. That way I don't have to walk back n forth when dumping. It's all in one spot.
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Underbed plastic storage bin that I put in an outside storage location right above the TT drain.


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Mickeyfan0805 wrote:

C.B. wrote:

Give this a try.


Fence post cover and rain gutter.

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Wow - I love that! I am Somgoing to steal that design. Thanks!


X2!! On a side note. Had someone inform me not to keep hose in bumper. They said as the bumper rusts inside, the burrs will start to catch on the hose and eventually put pin holes in it. I have no experience with this so I cannot confirm. I use a tote but love the fence post idea.

Hey CB, what's in the big round tube next to it??

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C.B. wrote:

Give this a try.


Fence post cover and rain gutter.

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C.B.
I've seen a number of these adaptations....but Dude, this is the best I've seen...as we used to say in RVN "Numbah 1"

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ianblaster wrote:

Mickeyfan0805 wrote:

C.B. wrote:

Give this a try.




Hey CB, what's in the big round tube next to it??



The BIG tube holds Indoor/Outdoor carpeting that measures 8' wide X 18' long.


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Thank you guys for the atta boy on the sewer hose storage.
Here is another use for the fence post cover.

For those who want to take a step ladder along,try this.


Double sided ladder from CW
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Just fold it up.


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Put it away.

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Brilliant C.B.

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C.B. Can you show us all the carpet in its storage spot?

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usmc616 wrote:

C.B. Can you show us all the carpet in its storage spot?



Here ya go.

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The tube is held up with 1/4" aircraft cable attached to the frame on one end. The other end is attached to a turnbuckle mounted to the frame.

Treated saddle blocks keep tube in place.



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