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Old 06-18-2013, 10:43 AM   #11
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I did this mod as well to my 365BHS. I used 6" PVC and mounted it directly behind the Bigfoot leveling system's rear jacks. Works great... and is MUCH better than trying to stuff the hose in the bumper.

Install was simple... and it hasn't budged one bit since I put it on.
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Old 06-18-2013, 01:14 PM   #12
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I installed one under the rig just in front of the bike carrier. It is easily accessible, holds my Rhino hose with the fittings and sewer adapter rig.

It has survived a hit from something kicked up on the road without any damage but a ding on one of the access doors.
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Old 06-18-2013, 04:39 PM   #13
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Great idea! I wonder how that would work for transporting 4 ultralight fishing rod/reel combos? I could put 2 in from each end.

I installed the vinyl fence post on the back bumper and I also installed the rest of the post on the tongue of the camper. I keep "outside" things in it. Pie irons, cooking forks, etc.

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Old 06-19-2013, 01:50 PM   #14
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Visited both the local HD & Lowe's today looking for this post, no go. Found it online at HD, and phoned order to Pro Desk, it should be here next week. I think I'll mount it on tongue between battery box and front of trailer, looks like it will fit perfectly. Thanks, Bob, for starting this thread!
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Old 06-19-2013, 07:10 PM   #15
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I haven't been able to find a place in Canada that sells the square fence post that's large enough to fit the RhinoFlex. Where can you get the large round tune? A plumbing store?

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Old 06-21-2013, 05:33 PM   #16
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Visited both the local HD & Lowe's today looking for this post, no go.....snip
Yeah, I found my 5" PVC fence posts along the back wall of the local HD, no where near all the other fencing stuff.

What's nice about the 5" fence post is that you can also slide an 8ft.lg. plastic "open" gutter inside and place the sewer hose in it (easy removal), and the gutter can be used for pitching the sewer hose after making the connections.

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Old 06-22-2013, 12:22 AM   #17
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I have been putting that mod off for two years now. I have the PVC just need to do it. I want to mount it close to the sewer outlet.
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[QUOTE=tlhdoc;139526]I installed the vinyl fence post on the back bumper and I also installed the rest of the post on the tongue of the camper. I keep "outside" things in it. Pie irons, cooking forks, etc.

Thanks for sharing your pics. I especially like the storage you added on the tongue. I think there's room on mine to do the same.
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[QUOTE=Rustic Eagle;139305] ... so had to come up with something else.

Went with a (1) 5" x 5" x 8ft.lg. PVC fence post, (2) 4" wide square bend U-bolts (bent to fit), steel strap, and some fastners....., along with a little gloss black paint over the white PVC finished it off:

Thanks for sharing your idea Rustic Eagle. I like the idea of mounting under the bumper. As another poster noted, I also use the bumper to gain access to the ladder. And thanks also for describing the parts and mounting. I've yet to add a mod to my camper and like the details.
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Old 06-24-2013, 06:04 PM   #20
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Well Bob.
I finally got my sewer mod done. Your post motivated me :-)

I ended up putting mine on the front A-frame between propane tank and front wall.

I drilled clearance holes and attached with self tapping screws into A-frame.

I put a lanyard and 3" push pin through the removable cap. I drilled the push pin at 45 degrees so it holds 2 sides and seems pretty stable.

I also drilled some drainage holes in the bottom.

The white 5" fence post matches the color of my TT so I didn't have to paint it.

Nice to have the hose and fittings out of the storage area.

Fence post $24, End caps 2@$3.49, small eye bolts 2ea and steel lanyard ~$3.00

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Thanks to all that have done this mod and shared it with us.

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