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Old 03-22-2017, 05:28 PM   #1
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Default Sewer Hose Storage

As total RV newbies, we have been blissfully going camping in our winterized Ascent. But the time approaches when we can activate all of our plumbing.

Ascent has a pretty flimsy and short (5'?) sewer hose stored in a plastic tube 4" ID x 26" mounted under the side moldings. I'm thinking I might want to upgrade this with something like EZ coupler, Rhinoflex, Blueline, Revolution, or something similar. Do any of these hoses in 10' length fit in the 26" tube? I'm guessing the more robust hoses have a longer storage requirements, but I'm finding it difficult to find collapsed length specs.

It looks like there is space to fit a 46" tube where the current tube is located, so I might replace it in future. But for right now, I'm looking to store at least something in the 26" tube.

Any feedback or opinions appreciated.

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Old 03-22-2017, 10:24 PM   #2
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I store my Rhinoflex in a Rubbermaid tub I haul on a hitch hauler on a front receiver. The coupler is too bog to fit in a standard hose storage port.
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