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Old 03-20-2016, 01:07 PM   #1
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Sewer hose attachments

Looking for some simple solutions. I want to add a clear 90 deg. elbow to my black water hose. Now it won't fit in the bumper storage , any ideas from those who have faced this problem ?
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Old 03-20-2016, 01:31 PM   #2
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i keep my 90 drg. elbow in a separate bin,and the hoses in the bumper
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Old 03-20-2016, 01:38 PM   #3
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Yup Same here. I have a black tank tote that I keep 45 and 90 elbows. Also donut ring and black tank flush hose. gloves and hand sanitizer are in there too.
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Old 03-20-2016, 08:27 PM   #4
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Looking for some simple solutions. I want to add a clear 90 deg. elbow to my black water hose. Now it won't fit in the bumper storage , any ideas from those who have faced this problem ?
I've always packed a large plastic bin just for sewer stuff. Black tank wash hose, gloves, Slunky hose support, clear elbow (would never be without one), sewer hose weight and misc fittings. That war there's no chance of cross contamination with other hisses and water fittings.
Bins are cheap and a great way to organize the basement of the 5er.
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I bought a Ziplock bin from Walmart that I keep all my "black" water hook up items in. When we get back, I leave the bin open in the back yard to air out and get rid of any water that might still be there. Has worked great for the last 3 years!
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Yup Same here. I have a black tank tote that I keep 45 and 90 elbows. Also donut ring and black tank flush hose. gloves and hand sanitizer are in there too.

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Old 03-21-2016, 07:19 AM   #7
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2 hoses in the bumper and the rest in a 18 gallon Tuff Tote. I fill the Tuff Tote with bleach treated water 2-3 x's a year and soak all the parts to keep it a little cleaner.
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I use a 45* clear elbow. JMHO, but I think it provides less flow resistance, a better angle to most hook-ups, and it stores inside the bumper (male end first, once I remove it from the hose). I use a "shoe box" sized plastic tote for my 90* sewer-end connection, my donut, an extra hose/hose connector, and a couple of other sewer-related odds & ends. I keep a box of 100 disposable latex gloves and a can of sanitary wipes in the back door bin of my truck.
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Put a 5" fence post under your trailer. All will fit inside. Mount it near your dump valves. Makes dumping fun again.
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Put a 5" fence post under your trailer. All will fit inside. Mount it near your dump valves. Makes dumping fun again.
Fun???
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