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    Sewer Hose Storage

    Just picked up our new 2010 31 RED from the dealer the other day. We are excited about leaving for our first trip next week but I have a simple question. Did I miss something-where do I store the sewer hose?None

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    Desandy, does the coach have a rear bumper with rubber caps on the ends? If so thats where the hose goes. Bob
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    We have a PCV pipe on the front off door side attached to the frame that holds a standard 10ft hose, However, there have been several owners modify this set up........You should get some replies on this....

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    Look under sewer hose storage posts. I installed two ten foot long pvc pipes under the trl with end caps, held up with plumbers tape. works great.
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    As desscribed we have the built in container on the off door side but don't use it due to it's inconvenience. We keep our hose & several fittings in a Rubbermaid rectangular box. We store in compartment on the sewer drain side. A friend has one of the white tubes that he slides into storage compartment. Congrats on the new rig!
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    Here is a link for a hose storage tube that I purchased to stor a 15 foot hose. Works great, four screws and it is don.

    http://www.adventurerv.net/hose-carrier-p-459.html
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