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Old 03-20-2017, 02:23 PM   #1
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Sewer hose carrier

We want to add a sewer hose carrier under the motorhome but can't remember if we need a 6 in or 5 in carrier. I measured the hose which is 4 in so guess a 5 in would work but thought others had used a 6 in by 8 ft fence post. Checked at Home Depot and they only carry a 5 in. Suggestions please.
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When I made the one for our old MH, I used 6 inch PVC and 2 45 degree elbows and a cap on the lower end that was inside by the frame.
I also cut a 1/2 round hole on the top end that was up against the door of the storage compartment. That way the 90 degree end that goes down into the drain stays on and is held in place by the door when it's closed. Everything stays together and stores together nicely.
Drill a couple of 1/2 or so holes at the low end for drainage also.
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Used the Home depot 5" fence post and end caps for ours. The fittings on our Rhino-Flex hoses fit easily. Had to spray paint it black, as it only comes in white.
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Finally a sewer hose storage solution
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Yes, the 5 inch one works well and fits the hoses with the slightly larger couplers such as rhino.
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