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Old 11-30-2021, 12:02 AM   #1
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Camco Rhinoflex Sewer hose fit in ORV bumpers?

Good evening all. Was wondering if anyone uses the Camco Rhinoflex Sewer hoses, specifically the 20foot version, and if they fit in the ORV bumpers? I'm guessing the hoses fit, but you'd have to store the elbows and such in totes?

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I store two Rhinoflex sewer hoses in the rear bumper of my 20FQ ORV, one in each end. I store the clear 90 degree elbow that goes into the ground drain in a small tote in the driver side pass thru along with a 45 degree clear elbow I attach to the drain outlet on the ORV. The 45 degree elbow provides a better hose transition from the trailer horizontal outlet to the slope down to the ground drain. Plus it is easier to see the hose contents than the 90 degree elbow far away at the ground drain.
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Congratulations on the 22FQS. We love ours.

I store the 20 ft Rhino (2 sections) in my bumper. Only one end of the bumper opens. The elbow goes in the storage area. Since only one end of the bumper opens I have attached a line to the end in case the hose works it’s way too far to reach.

As a side note I also purchased the hose wrenches. Makes getting the two sections apart much easier.

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We store all of the dumping stuff in a large thin Tupperware box in the front bay.
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One of the best mods I've done is hang a 5" plastic fence post under my 25RDS. I have 35' of Rhino hose along with the tiered threaded couple for sewer fittings.
This fence post is around 10 years old. It's been on 3 different trailers. The best thing is that I'm not messing with totes and every things in one spot. Dump valve and hose. Dump valve is right behind the fence post in the photo.
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X2 on the 5" vinyl fence post. I keep a 20' and a 10' hose, with fittings attached. Hoses stow and deploy right next to the RV's main drain. Much easier than the 4" bumper.
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Thank you all for your input and ideas!! That is awesome!

Departing now to meet the dealer at 0900mst in Poncha Springs, CO tomorrow for the pick up!
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One of the best mods I've done is hang a 5" plastic fence post under my 25RDS. I have 35' of Rhino hose along with the tiered threaded couple for sewer fittings.
This fence post is around 10 years old. It's been on 3 different trailers. The best thing is that I'm not messing with totes and every things in one spot. Dump valve and hose. Dump valve is right behind the fence post in the photo.
Hello Cummins.....your photo did not attach to the message.
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Hmmm I see it. Not sure how else to post a pic. Anyone else see it?
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Cumminsfan, I don't see your picture. Campingalan, this is mine, but my trailer is a 5th wheel. Also, I installed 2 posts, for extra storage.
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Great storage area! i need to remember this one.
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Great storage area! i need to remember this one.
They are handy.
I have a 5" post sleeve that stores a fold up step ladder under the chassis... same idea
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Another fence post guy here. It's mounted on top of the metal sewer tube. There are 3/8 rubber spacers between the metal and the plastic post--and the post is bolted to the metal in the corners of the post and metal sewer holder.
If you buy a corner vinyl post, it will have openings to use for the fence rails-they can be placed to provide air circulation. One end has a cap screwed on and the other has a cap that is held with two pins.
The tube is big enough to store 3 sections of hose, the sewer drain connection, and rubber gloves.
The metal tube carries two other sections of drain hose for emergency.
The fence post is white and blends in nicely with the ORV body.
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