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Old 03-02-2014, 10:23 AM   #11
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X2 on Rhino Flex.

It has fit, with the fittings on and no modification on both my 26BH and 29QBH bumpers.
My Rhino Flex has been great and no mods to fit in my bumper
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My Rhino Flex has been great and no mods to fit in my bumper
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:14 PM   #13
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Rhino Flex fits perfectly in our bumper and works great.
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I had to use a dremmel to cut 2 of the "ear" tabs off on my Rhino-flex to make it fit.. You will never regret buying a Rhino...
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I had to use a dremmel to cut 2 of the "ear" tabs off on my Rhino-flex to make it fit.. You will never regret buying a Rhino...
I did too. I`m wondering why some of us had to do this to make it fit, and some did not. I`ve had my Rhinoflex over 4 years now, perhaps the newer ones are different?
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I did too. I`m wondering why some of us had to do this to make it fit, and some did not. I`ve had my Rhinoflex over 4 years now, perhaps the newer ones are different?
I believe that's the case....I just got mine 2 years ago
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I believe that's the case....I just got mine 2 years ago
I think so too...mine is about 2 1/2 to 3 years old
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I did too. I`m wondering why some of us had to do this to make it fit, and some did not. I`ve had my Rhinoflex over 4 years now, perhaps the newer ones are different?
I think Rhinoflex realized the fompah and made changes..
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Sewer hose upgrade

Another rhino here. Fits in bumper with the caps and included 90. Though tightly which is good. I don't think it would slide out if a cap fell off. At least it didn't two weeks ago when I lost the blue
Stock one somewhere.

Purchased last year or might be new design.
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I'm with "Blue" on the Sewer Solution. I've had one for 2.5 yrs and think it's the stuff. Can't store it in the bumper tho, so if that's a requirement you're better off with a slinky and the Rhino seems to get really good reviews. Our 5th has loads of basement storage (so far) and I keep my fresh water hoses in a tote and the waste water stuff in another and they go "down below". In our X23B I would store the waste tote in the shower when travelling and the tote would just fit under the TT when at a CG.
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