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Old 05-24-2015, 03:40 PM   #1
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Sewer slinky storage container

I had planned on doing one of the various mods to store the sewer slinky on/in/behind the rear bumper. But I was recently in Lowes and saw a Hefty brand plastic storage bin that was a perfect fit. It holds two sections of Rhino hose, the angled end that connects to the dump station and the clear tube which let's you enjoy the view while washing out the BW tank.

It fits nicely in the lower left side compartment behind the generator, leaving room for the BW tank wash hose. The plastic bin keeps the storage compartment clean and the bin is easily rinsed out.

Not a fancy mod such as the bumper mount, but it sure was easy.
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Old 05-24-2015, 04:21 PM   #3
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You can get caps for both ends and store the hose anywhere, be sure to colapse it before you put the caps on.
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Old 08-09-2015, 09:49 PM   #5
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Yup, the bins are what I use. Have a Sewer Solution with 30' of hose, black flush hose and some misc parts. They live in a tub similar to yours but my tubs are clear and I've cut holes in them to allow them to dry. The fresh hoses live in a similar tub also with holes. In the basement I stack the fresh tub on top of the black tub since **** flows downhill.
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Im all about the tubs. One for sewer 'stuff' and a smaller pair for fresh water and electrical. Then on the curb side I have one for all the leveling/chocks/hitching accessories. Keeps the front pass through nice and tidy.
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