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Diamond c

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Posted: 03/04/21 05:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Years ago we had a ‘78 camper ( I don’t remember what kind) and the waist disposal hose stored in the back bumper. We now have a 2020 Keystone Outback and the hose won’t fit in the bumper. So I am thinking of building something to store it in attached under the bumper. Any thoughts and suggestions are welcome.

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Posted: 03/04/21 05:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Plastic pipe is easy.


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Posted: 03/04/21 06:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You could build something like this with parts from big box hardware store.
Sewer pipe storage


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Posted: 03/04/21 06:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

White PVC pipe with caps, mount on bumper, as before.


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White PVC Fence Post that's 5"x5" with end caps.

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Don't install it under the bumper. Coming out of some driveways or on some hills can bottom it out. Be careful where you install it. I have the Rhino hose and it's collapsible so I use a plastic bin to put mine in and carry it in the front compartment. Works fine.

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Ditto on the fence post or pvc tube. Get some large c clamps and attache it to the top of the rear bumper. Or under if your not worried about height. Or the front toung. My hose fits in my bumber though. Maybe a diffent one will fit? I carry the extra sewer hose in a pvc tube on the front toung. And my ladder in the fence post on the back.


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Seon wrote:

White PVC Fence Post that's 5"x5" with end caps.


Ditto.

Fence post is much lighter and a whole lot cheaper than PVC pipe.


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Seon wrote:

White PVC Fence Post that's 5"x5" with end caps.


Yes, best storage as you can get all the parts in the post.

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There are a few good options to solve your issue. I have seen others use PVC pipe or fence posts. One project I saw online had a sliding tray inside a fence post.

Our camper has two separate dump valves. Since we needed to bring along extra sewer hoses, we added two Valterra E-Z Hose Carriers under our camper. It works great. However, not all the parts you need to install it come with the tube. I wrote up our approach with pictures at: Sewer Hose Storage Carrier Project

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