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Old 06-19-2011, 06:58 PM   #1
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Final rear bumper mods

Final configuration for my blue tote and the fence post for hose storage:










The set up in the last picture resulted in me losing about $12 in hose fittings

So now, there is a small stainless screw holding the end cap in place.
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Old 06-19-2011, 07:06 PM   #2
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Looks good. Is that a Barker 22 gallon tote? If so that is what I have with the pneumatic wheel mod.
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Old 06-19-2011, 09:49 PM   #3
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That is looking really nice! I have the 32 gal Barker and really need to find me a good setup like that.
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:25 PM   #4
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Thanks for the pics. I am still trying to decide what changes I want to make to the rear of our trailer.
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Old 06-19-2011, 10:59 PM   #5
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Love it. Is that a regular 4inch square fence post? I hate the fact that I have to take the ends off the hose to store it in the factory bumper. Looks like a trip to the hardware yard is in store for me.
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The blue tank is just 15 gallons. The fence post tube is 5 inches.
The rack I have the tote on is from a bike rack. I had to cut it down, and use just one side.
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That is looking really nice! I have the 32 gal Barker and really need to find me a good setup like that.
I have the 32 as well, if you come up with one or see somethinglet me know. I saw one search that someone made a carriage underneath, howeve I have the enclosed underbody and don't haev the space.
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Nice mod!
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Good looking mod. Pardon me if I copy it.

How did you attach the square holder to the existing bumper? Mine has hinged ends on it with a hasp to secure the door. I already have the sewer hose holder but there is not enough clearance underneath on my new rig to attach it. Your idea will work for me too!
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Good looking mod. Pardon me if I copy it.

How did you attach the square holder to the existing bumper? Mine has hinged ends on it with a hasp to secure the door. I already have the sewer hose holder but there is not enough clearance underneath on my new rig to attach it. Your idea will work for me too!
Heating and cooling area in Home Depot has HUGE zip ties. with those and the pressure applied by the spare tire mount and blue tank mount, the white PVC isn't moving
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