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Old 04-22-2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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Sewer Hose Storage

We finally finished installing our sewer hose storage area under our RV. Used 6" vinyl fencing post. Much better than using a plastic tote!
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Very nice looking installation.
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We finally finished installing our sewer hose storage area under our RV. Used 6" vinyl fencing post. Much better than using a plastic tote!
Did that a few months back. Fully agree.

I have 3 storage tubes under my "Cut" (Damon really cuts the rear so you have tons of clearance back there)

1 4" PVC pipe, turns out it's not much use, though I could use it with my current hose. (Ends wont' fit). Use it for assorted "rod" type storage.

1 6" works great, the Rinoflex plus 2 more hide in there.

1 Fence post, it holds a Tethford Smart Hose.. Unlike the others the Smart Hose does not fully collaspe so the 15 foot hose takes up most of the fence post (i have 45 feet in the six inch pipe) I really like the fence post though.
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