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Old 10-15-2013, 11:58 AM   #21
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We use a 2'x3'x8" plastic box container with lid. Packs nicely in storage area near front of TT where tools and leveling blocks are also carried.
It is ashamed that the sewer hose "storage tube" on our TT is not wide enough to accept the end fittings. I still have not figured out what to use it for.
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Old 10-15-2013, 12:43 PM   #22
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We use a 2'x3'x8" plastic box container with lid. Packs nicely in storage area near front of TT where tools and leveling blocks are also carried.
It is ashamed that the sewer hose "storage tube" on our TT is not wide enough to accept the end fittings. I still have not figured out what to use it for.
I put the 5' Rhino Hose extension in the compartment. Fits fine w/ the ends pulled off.
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:41 PM   #23
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X17Z sewer storage location

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Nice installation. Looks familiar.
Thank you! I liked how and where you installed yours, but I just wasn't ready to start drilling into my new trailer. I don't know if my cable ties are "UV Stabilized," but I bought a 10 pack of them. If they become frail, I'll just replace them as needed.

Also, thanks to ELDERMIKE for the cable tie suggestion!
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Old 10-20-2013, 02:14 PM   #24
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Here are a few pics of what I did with my 17Z. The tube is mfred by Valterra. Works great.
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Old 04-13-2015, 12:01 PM   #25
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My wife and I did a modification based on this thread from a few years ago. Mikefos really did a nice job and we copied it. Our X17Z mod has its pictures posted in that thread, but I copied them here.

Sewer Hoses -Mod Pics Included- need advice - Jayco RV Owners Forum

The mod uses a 4.75" PVC fence post (not a 4x4 cover, but a stand alone fence post). Attach a cap to each end. We then used plastic gutters as drawers to hold the two 10' sewer hoses in the tube. The gutter also acts to hold the hose in place between the TT and the sewer hookup (when at a full hookup site). We used all existing holes on the bumper to mount the post. Everything is very lightweight, so the bumper holds it with no issues. This is the first mod we did to the trialer because I didn't like the very small hose holder.

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this is great. thanks for the idea
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I use a small sealable tote, keep it under camper at site, seems to be an easy way for me
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