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Old 08-07-2022, 08:21 AM   #1
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Sewer hose storage

We are considering moving from an Eagle HT 27.5 to a 28.5 but pass through storage on the new unit is limited and there is no bumper on the unit. Wondering wher you store your sewer hose.
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My 29.5 has self leveling jacks which are mounted on a plate with various holes.
I bolted aluminum angle and attached 5" pvc deck post which holds the hosr
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We bought the CAMCO sewer hose tube and bolted it to the frame rail. The tube comes in two sizes. You will need the longest option to fit the width of your FW. I also painted my tube so in blends in with the color of my FW.

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Vinyl fence posts for me. I've had the Valterra product that is basically a piece of ABS with caps and mounting brackets, but I greatly prefer the 5" vinyl fence post covers.
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Vinyl fence posts for me. I've had the Valterra product that is basically a piece of ABS with caps and mounting brackets, but I greatly prefer the 5" vinyl fence post covers.

X2 on the 5" vinyl fence post. Screwed to my frame with large washers and use bungee cords through eye bolts to secure the caps. Added a piece of vinyl gutter inside that slides out and doubles as a hose support if needed.
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Great ideas one and all - thank you!
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Old 08-08-2022, 07:51 PM   #7
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I simply store my hoses (Two 10 feet lenghts)inside the both LPG lockers. They fit nicely and the lockers are open at the bottom for ventilation. You will need to put a large mesh screen or grill on the bottom of the locker to prevent the hoses from falling. I simply used two old refrigerator metal wire grill-type shelves.
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