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Old 07-05-2013, 01:18 AM   #1
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2011 Allegro RED sewer hose

Where do you store your sewer hose.
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Old 07-05-2013, 07:53 AM   #2
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I store mine in the Wet Bay tray but you might want to make yourself an under chassis storage tube out of a 6" PVC fence post. Hard to do in a gasser but relatively easy for you DP folks.
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I store mine in the Wet Bay tray but you might want to make yourself an under chassis storage tube out of a 6" PVC fence post. Hard to do in a gasser but relatively easy for you DP folks.
Actually it was quite easy to do on our gasser. I installed 2 fence post and used the end caps with a hinge for easy opening. The reason I used 2 posts for storage is I keep one to hold 2 long hoses and the other to hold a couple of short hoses. Both ends will open and shut securely.
I used "L" brackets to mount the posts. I did have to drill the frame of the RV for mounting. As you can see I painted the posts black to blend in. The biggest problem was bolting everything together, keeping the bolts all facing out so not to interfere with sliding the hoses in or out.
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