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Old 07-29-2007, 07:31 PM   #1
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Just taken possession of this new motor home and I am a newbie and have some questions. I have found the outside storage compartment underneath the water tank is wet and has condensation on the walls and the screws to the tank all rusty, what to do? Where can I store the sewer hoses, very little storage space. Any suggestions for carrying bike and kayak, no room on roof after I get my solar panels installed, thanks
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Just taken possession of this new motor home and I am a newbie and have some questions. I have found the outside storage compartment underneath the water tank is wet and has condensation on the walls and the screws to the tank all rusty, what to do? Where can I store the sewer hoses, very little storage space. Any suggestions for carrying bike and kayak, no room on roof after I get my solar panels installed, thanks
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First I'd take the unit back to the dealer and get a positive resolution to the apparent water problem in the compartment. Ditto with the sewer hose storage problem but you may be able to acquire a 4"X 4" square tube across the back of the unit that is common on older class C's for sewer hose storage. As to your overall storage for your toys, good luck!!!
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Welcome to iRV2 mexicokid99.

First let the dealer deal with the wet area issues.

To carry the sewer hose, you can fabricate a carrier from 4" PVC pie and the plumbers strap hangers. Our you can buy a hose carrier from your local RV dealer.

Pick a convenient spot under the coach and mount the holder. When drilling the holes to mount, make sure not to drill into an area that will cause damage.

I believe the Aspect has a molded plastic bumper cover.

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