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Old 07-02-2011, 08:24 PM   #1
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Use for "sewer hose storage hole"

What do you guys use this storage area for?

I tried fishing poles and the hole is too short.
I tried the sewer hose (with attachmt) and the hole diameter is too small.
I tried the cat and she did not think it was funny.
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Old 07-02-2011, 09:50 PM   #2
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I tried beer, but no refrigeration!
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Old 07-03-2011, 07:01 AM   #3
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I keep my valuables in there. I am hoping that is the last place a thief will look!
Yes, I have the same problem with the sewer hose compartment.
I am thinking of using it to store my cable for cable tv.
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Great place to keep a small caliber potato cannon....or a Dacshund.
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Old 07-03-2011, 11:40 AM   #5
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If you can't get your sewer hose(s) in your bumper, I can only guess that it must have something to do with the type of connectors you have on the ends of your sewer hose or Jayco has reduced the opening size of the bumper. I store both my sewer hoses (a 10' and 20') inside the bumper (one on each side) with no problems. The 10' hose is used only as an extension and simply has female and male bayonet style connectors. The 20' hose has a female bayonet connector and a Valterra 90 degree connector that attaches to a separate Valterra sewer adapter. The sewer adapter will not fit inside the bumper so I keep it, and the "donut" ring, in a plastic Ziploc bag and store them in one of the TT's compartments.

I will admit, though, it's a tight fit. The male end bayonet connector has to be inserted first, and positioned so that the four points that stick out from the connector are aligned with the corners of the tube. The female bayonet connector just fits and there is so little room between the connector and the inside walls of the bumper that I have to "wiggle" it to get it inside. I could never put the female ends in first.
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I keep my valuables in there. I am hoping that is the last place a thief will look!
Yes, I have the same problem with the sewer hose compartment.
I am thinking of using it to store my cable for cable tv.
Until now...
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Extremely tight fit for us, too. I don't know why Jayco can't make them just a little bigger - it wouldn't cost that much more.
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I removed mine. I am going to put a piece in there just long enough to hold rubber gloves and sanitizer.
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I store sail boat fuel in there. (That's air in case your wondering)
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I store sail boat fuel in there. (That's air in case your wondering)
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