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Posted: 11/19/22 10:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have the standard 4 x 4” rear bumper on my travel trailer. Trying to put in the rhino flex sewer hose with plastic adapter on the end is very difficult does anyone have an alternative way to carry this sewer hose rather than the bumper. Thanks for your input.

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Posted: 11/19/22 10:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Camping world has a tube that goes under the trailer. I have one on mine, it is round with a cap, fits 2 sewer hoses connected together. I'm sure you can find it on their website.

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5" Fence post works best.

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Posted: 11/19/22 11:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I keep all my Rhino sewer hoses,The 15 Foot and The 5 Foot extension and all fittings in a Rubbermaid Tote,this keeps them away from everything so it won't contaminate anything and it is stackable.


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Posted: 11/19/22 11:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Mine is always connected ready to go. It has a box covering the connection with a door for access. The box has a long tube attached in the rear for the hose to slide and go into which leaves room for fittings in the box.

I open the door, pull out the hose, attach the 90 degree fitting and dump the grey water last to rinse the hose.

When done the hose stays attached and slide the hose back into it's tube and close the watertight door.

I never need to connect nor disconnect the hose this way also eliminating the need to R and R the cap.

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Posted: 11/19/22 12:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

goducks10 wrote:

5" Fence post works best.
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Posted: 11/19/22 01:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The RhinoFlex won't fit in one of the made-to-purpose under-frame tubes with the 90 deg. elbow attached, either. Like IAMICHABOD, I keep the main hose and other fittings in a large RubberMaid tub in the basement while on the road. I keep extensions in the two under-frame tubes that came on our rig.

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Posted: 11/19/22 09:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a RhinoFlex and keep it in one of those round holders. However, the sewer connector end won't fit in there. Fortunately, it comes off leaving the 90 degree angle able to fit. I put the end in the propane tank cover on one of the propane tanks.


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I keep our sewer hoses in a solid black tote and all our fresh water supplies in a clear tote. Electrical items in a grey tote.


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I got a 4" piece of pvc about 6' long, put a cap on one end and a screw fitting on the other end and hose clamped it to the top of the rear bumper. Has worked great for me for over 20,000 miles of travelling. Replaced the hose clamps(screw type) once when they got a little rusty. Gary


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