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Old 11-14-2019, 11:53 PM   #1
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Name this and where to buy

What do I call this wet bay tub thing? How do I find these to buy?

It is a plastic tray/tub that the sewer hose is stored in and has a hole for the sewer lines to go out the bottom of.


(there is a blue stool in the photo, which makes this look odd).

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Old 11-15-2019, 10:57 AM   #2
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have you tried calling you RV manufacturer's parts department? They should at least be able to give you the nomenclature and part number....
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If I asked you what floor mats would fit my truck and didn't tell you what kind of truck I had, how would you answer that?
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Old 11-16-2019, 12:45 AM   #4
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I'll take a stab at what it is called. I think they call it a "plastic storage tray/tub for sewer hose"

Seriously, though, it appears to me to be a proprietary item to that is specific to the manufacturer as it looks as if it is custom fit to a cut-out in the bay itself.

I scanned through your previous posts and I'm guessing that it's a 2004 Gulf Stream Crescendo?

If so, Gulf Stream is not making the Crescendo any longer --nor making any Class A coaches at al-- but I suppose you can still contact them to see if they can shed any light on how to replace it.

Gulf Stream phone number: 800-289-8787

I see they have a online form to email their Customer Service Department if you think they'd respond to your inquiry using that method ...go HERE
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I believe that’s a manufacturer item. I have a Tiffin Open Road, and it is equipped with a tub like yours. Have you considered trying to repair it?
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It would be a custom-molded part for your year, brand and model of coach, so the source is the manufacturer. Good luck with that unless a relatively recent model year. Otherwise, try RV salvage yards. Better yet, repair it. Typically that sort of part is some sort of polyethylene, so the repair procedure & materials need to be compatible with that.
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Use it as a mold and make a new one out of fiberglass.
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Use it as a mold and make a new one out of fiberglass.
Or just repair it with fibreglass, then paint it.
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Old 11-16-2019, 01:58 PM   #9
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I apologize, I should have said that I want to find something similar, not a replacement. I was hoping this was a common thing on RVs, and came in many different sizes.

I've never made something out of fiberglass. Maybe I will try the mold idea.

Thanks for the help.
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You could see if you could make a positive of the dish shape and get them vacuum molded ,the drain on yours would mess up trying to mold it with vacuum mold.
or use something like this and cut off top vertical lip, they come with faucets on them as well- these are rugged- material like one piece kayaks.
https://www.amazon.com/Bel-Art-Gener...14935&sr=8-128
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Old 11-18-2019, 12:11 PM   #11
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The tray on amazon or similar should be good.

Excellent suggestion, Thanks.

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have you tried calling you RV manufacturer's parts department? They should at least be able to give you the nomenclature and part number....
Ask the mfgr. for a floorpan for your wet-bay.
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google is your friend. use the internet. you can buy anything you want there.
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...you can buy anything you want there.

Did anyone else change the last word to "...at Alice's Restaurant..."
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