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Old 03-10-2019, 08:48 PM   #1
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Sanicon Sanicon Sanicon

Here are some pics of my Sanicon installation that combines ideas from several members on here and some of my ideas as well. I used a Sanicon 400. Then used a 3" straight extension followed by a 90° with connectors that rotate. I used flex pool hose and connectors going around back of bay (might change that to solid, we'll see how it holds up) then connected to the Sanicon hose using the nylon sleeve. Then added a new hole in the bay floor since the Sanicon covers the factory hole. I was not happy stuffing the hose under the white panel trying to get it in on the bottom of the bay for storage and so today I added the hooks which I bent them to go up at a 90° bend at the 2" spot off the wall on each arm. Of course I did that before mounting them. Enjoy the pics and maybe you will like an idea or two. I live close to Redbaron73 so we are able to bounce ideas off each other. However at the pace he's been going lately, I think he will need to get a sign on his garage saying "RV MOD SHOP"...LOL.Click image for larger version

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The hooks turned out better than I thought they would. Did you put anything as a backer to support the weight? We discussed a 2x4 backer might be necessary. Interested in how you did it.
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Yes I was able to get a piece of wood behind each bracket and used stainless screws into the wood. Had to pull bottom screws out of white panel to reach up high with wood. Especially hose reel side.
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I marked and drilled holes in white panel first then mounted the hooks.
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In order to get the Sanicon housing to sit as low as I did making it slightly down hill from the RV outlet I cut off one of the 3 plastic mounting tabs from the housing. Then I used a 3/4" socket as a spacer under the Sanicon silver bracket with a lag bolt going down through the bracket and socket and into the plywood under the plastic floor tray.
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