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Old 01-06-2015, 09:28 PM   #1
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sewer hose and bumper

Ok simple question, which hose with which attachment can fit in the rear bumper of my 24RBS ? I dont want to have to mess up with add-on, basket , attachement etc etc, I want to keep it simple , the hose in the bumper where it belongs suggestion welcome and thanks
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Old 01-06-2015, 09:46 PM   #2
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When we bought our tt it came with a 5 gallon bucket of starter camping stuff and some of the stuff was a sewer hose and fitting. It fit if you turn it at an angle and it fits tight so it won't slide to the middle. The fitting is a 45 degree.
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Old 01-06-2015, 10:04 PM   #3
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Standard sewer hose fits in the rear bumper no problem. I've upgraded to Dominator sewer hoses and they fit in there as well.
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I keep all my fittings in a sealed bucket, like the elbow, Flush King and such. The bucket is in the rear compartment.
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Old 01-07-2015, 12:13 AM   #5
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the red valterra hose I have fits in mine, the rhino flex does not
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Old 01-07-2015, 07:21 AM   #6
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I've kept two 10' hoses in mine for almost a year, now. I have a clear 45* elbow that I have to remove, but it fits inside the bumper, too, if I put it in "male" end first.
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the red valterra hose I have fits in mine, the rhino flex does not
We carry 2 RhinoFlex hoses, a 15ft and a 5ft extension and both fit nicely in the 4in bumper in our Eagle. A simple rotation of the fittings and in they go.
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Old 01-07-2015, 09:10 AM   #8
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I keep my Camco Revolution (2 10' sections) in the bumper of our Jay Flight. The "ears" on the fittings fit perfectly diagonally. The fittings (hose adapter, 90* sewer adapter, caps...) go in the adjacent storage compartment in an old grey plastic dish tub.

I've read stories about peoples' bumpers rusting out from storing their hose in there, so I'm thinking about getting some of those bumper caps with the ventilation so everything can dry out...
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Our 15-ft RhinoFlex fits in our bumper. But I keep the 10-ft extension in a plastic Rubbermade bin (along with 45-degree fitting and black tank flush hose).

I have noticed rust on the exterior of my hose from being stored inside the bumper (and the end-caps are vented).
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I have noticed rust on the exterior of my hose from being stored inside the bumper (and the end-caps are vented).
Me too. I think there is a thread where someone painted/treated the inside of their bumper.
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