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    Sewer hose storage

    Have a new fuel 287, the sewer hose storage tube is only 26” long, weak sauce, anyone have any suggestions to either make it longer or a good one to buy that is at least 47”?

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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    You can mount one on the underside of the trailer.

    https://www.campingworld.com/adjusta...xoCFaIQAvD_BwE





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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    Oh sorry. Didn't realize this was the design idea category!





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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    FYI, most forum sites request you start one thread in the best suited forum....but only one for simplicity and keeping all replies together.

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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    I put that very one on the back door (bottom) of my FUEL-250. I first tried mounting it on
    the left side up front. (I attached another metal arm way up front to support it) but it was
    closer to the generator exhaust than I wanted. Eventually i want to fabricate a side to side 8'
    one that goes under the entire trailer side to side (not front to rear).

    I have no idea why they even bother with a 26" tube - Until I put the tube on the back I just
    kept all my hoses in a big rubbermaid tote.

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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    Quote Originally Posted by KyleC View Post
    You can mount one on the underside of the trailer.

    https://www.campingworld.com/adjusta...xoCFaIQAvD_BwE





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    I use two of these on our trailer. I added T-bolt hose clamps around the center where the two pipes slide together. Once the clamps were tight the hose holder had no sag.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


    These are not the exact clamps I used, but similar. I have an assortment of T-bolts from our boats.


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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    I supported the center of mine also with 2 clamps made for sewer hose holders so it's supported by the edge and two other spots. It doesn't move on the door.

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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    Quote Originally Posted by ironpumper View Post
    I put that very one on the back door (bottom) of my FUEL-250. I first tried mounting it on
    the left side up front. (I attached another metal arm way up front to support it) but it was
    closer to the generator exhaust than I wanted. Eventually i want to fabricate a side to side 8'
    one that goes under the entire trailer side to side (not front to rear).

    I have no idea why they even bother with a 26" tube - Until I put the tube on the back I just
    kept all my hoses in a big rubbermaid tote.
    Thanks! That’s what I was thinking as well!

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    Nice thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by porthole View Post
    I use two of these on our trailer. I added T-bolt hose clamps around the center where the two pipes slide together. Once the clamps were tight the hose holder had no sag.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


    These are not the exact clamps I used, but similar. I have an assortment of T-bolts from our boats.


    https://www.amazon.com/Ronteix-Stain...lt+clamp&psc=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBR View Post
    FYI, most forum sites request you start one thread in the best suited forum....but only one for simplicity and keeping all replies together.
    Hmmm not so much a design idea as a problem solver imo, was looking for a fix to an issue or so I thought.

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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    While I have an under trailer storage tube I use a (66L ?) covered storage tub from walmart. Several hoses and other sewer related items all stay together.
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    Re: Sewer hose storage

    I'm cofused? I store mine in the rear bumper, pull end cap off and it slides right in. Is this not standard on most trailers?

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