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Old 10-02-2012, 04:16 PM   #51
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I added a vinyl fence post to my bumper to hold a Rino hose. The leftover piece of the post I added to the front of the trailer to hold "outside" items.
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Old 10-18-2012, 07:58 PM   #52
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I have a Polychute. Works great. Only issue is I can never get it to go nicely back into the container. Other then that, I have had no issues with it. I store it in the container (with bungee cords holding the lid on) in one of my drivers side compartments on my 2012 Greyhawk 31DS.
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Old 12-28-2012, 08:58 PM   #53
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I have the rhino and it fits perfect into my bumper if I turn it just the right way. I would not go back to any other hose I've been though so many and finally found one I like. I'm a little anal(no pun intended) about my black tank being as clean as possible. so I have 2 different clear fittings that attach to the camper side than to the hose that way I can see when water runs clear. I have a tank flush kit and it seems to do a good job. wouldn't drink it but looks clean:hihi:
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:03 PM   #54
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I coil all of the hoses and put them in a drywall bucket that is stored in the back of the pickup.
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Old 12-29-2012, 08:01 AM   #55
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I installed two Valterra E-Z Hose Carriers under my previous trailer, near the sewer outlet.



I plan to install these under my Jayco TH.
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Old 03-09-2013, 05:33 PM   #56
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My Rhinoflex fits in the standard bumper. It is tight, but it just required turning the connectors just right. If I had to I would not be scared of storing it in a compartment. With the caps on, it is just fine.
Thats how I fit my Rhino as well. I just keep it close to the edge so I can still grab it as it is tight..
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I can't find the 4.5" post cover at my local Home Depot, just the smaller 4". Anyone in Canada find the larger one somewhere?
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I used my dremmel and cut off 2 of the "ears" on the Rhino and it fits the bumper perfectly.
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(why didn't I think of that )
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The hose that came with my 23b would pop open the storage door. I tried strengthening the latch, but it didn't help because the door/latch would still flex. I used some sealant on a screw to give the hose a lock to hold position. FWIW.

The hose that came with my 23b is only about 30 inches long to fit the holder. From what has been posted in this thread I'm concerned that I might need something longer. Can I get by OK with what I have? vic

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I can't find the 4.5" post cover at my local Home Depot, just the smaller 4". Anyone in Canada find the larger one somewhere?
It is not a post cover -- it is the vinyl fencing post itself. I think it was in a different section of the store. However, I bought at Lowes.

I do not see it listed online at HD. However, here is the listing at Lowes.
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