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Old 09-15-2016, 06:01 AM   #11
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If your talking about the cord pro I posted it is this
Cordpro Cord Organizer (Yellow) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O9RJQU..._J0O2xbPQ1QPYF
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Old 09-15-2016, 06:06 AM   #12
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I was looking at these:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...=AUJGBHUQR7VY4

Up to 40% lighter weight than heavy duty vinyl hoses
Kink-free uninterrupted flow
Small and compact, easy to store
Tough G-Force woven fiber jacket resists leaks, abrasion and punctures
Length: 25 feet
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Old 09-15-2016, 07:06 AM   #13
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We lay ours out and wind up like others have mentioned here. Then we secure the hoses, coaxial cables and more with Bungee Ball straps that I found on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/Lionma-Bungee...gee+ball&psc=1

I thought that I would never use 25 of them, but I've used many more than I thought I would.

FWIW, we use a white RV hose for fresh water and a green garden hose for cleaning the black tank, etc.
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:13 PM   #14
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We lay ours out and wind up like others have mentioned here. Then we secure the hoses, coaxial cables and more with Bungee Ball straps that I found on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/Lionma-Bungee...gee+ball&psc=1

I thought that I would never use 25 of them, but I've used many more than I thought I would.

FWIW, we use a white RV hose for fresh water and a green garden hose for cleaning the black tank, etc.
Easy way to keep them separate. I'm too cheap. I just use the old water hose that I might not trust any more under constant pressure, or the one that starts kinking when it gets old.
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Old 09-16-2016, 01:23 PM   #15
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We lay ours out and wind up like others have mentioned here. Then we secure the hoses, coaxial cables and more with Bungee Ball straps that I found on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/Lionma-Bungee...gee+ball&psc=1

I thought that I would never use 25 of them, but I've used many more than I thought I would.

FWIW, we use a white RV hose for fresh water and a green garden hose for cleaning the black tank, etc.
X2 on the Bungee Ball Straps. 1,000,001 uses... almost as good as duck tape (...has 1,000,002 uses)!
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My wife rolls all the hoses up...nice and neat. I get frustrated and throw them across the campground with expletives and swear I'll never go camping again. Time..after time...after time...after time...after time.
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My wife rolls all the hoses up...nice and neat. I get frustrated and throw them across the campground with expletives and swear I'll never go camping again. Time..after time...after time...after time...after time.
Best we stick to what we're each good at!! It keeps the campsite "PG"! LOL!

DW packed the hoses once when I hurt my back. After I got better, it took me at least a half-hour to untangle that mess!
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In my younger days I did a lot of Audio setups. I use what is referred to as the over/under method for both hoses and cords and store them either in a bucket or a rubbermaid container.

Rather than try to describe it I will refer you to youtube. I chose this one because I like the bike. :-)

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My wife rolls all the hoses up...nice and neat. I get frustrated and throw them across the campground with expletives and swear I'll never go camping again. Time..after time...after time...after time...after time.
You and I must be related.
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best we stick to what we're each good at!! It keeps the campsite "pg"! Lol!

Dw packed the hoses once when i hurt my back. After i got better, it took me at least a half-hour to untangle that mess!
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you and i must be related.
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