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  • Baseball Mom Kari
    Baseball Mom KariWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    April 28, 2020Good morning everyone, I am hoping for some tips....my dilema - the black hose I got for my camper does not fit in the "slot" for storing it when not in use. I have seen the pvc pipe set up on the bumper that you can add, but I also wanted to able to ad...  more
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      Andy & Maureen T April 28, 2020 We installed ours under the unit
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      Troy & Roxane April 28, 2020 I put a tube on top of my bumper, so could still have a hitch
    • Baseball Mom Kari
      Baseball Mom Kari April 28, 2020 Hi guys- thank you so much for the suggestions! So- under where exactly? And Troy and Roxanne- I was wondering if that would work...I’m also trying to decide on what sort of hitch receiver to go with..I saw a couple that use brackets to attach that had ...  more
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        Troy & Roxane April 28, 2020 It works for us, we already had a hitch that was installed by the factory and the tube and mounting were easy, I have a bike rack in my hitch. Here’s a pic not sure if it shows very well.
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      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott April 28, 2020 We store a spare hose next to LP tank. Been there for years.
    • Baseball Mom Kari
      Dan-n-Jo April 28, 2020 We screwed steel hanger strap (plumbers tape) under our camper outside the frame next to to the dump valve and hung the PVC there. That is exactly what quite a few RV's have on their drain pipes right now holding them in place.

       
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      Carol & Rob April 28, 2020 Some times a picture helps to visualize what you have all done. Just saying.
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      • Baseball Mom Kari
        Dan-n-Jo April 28, 2020 I would have posted a picture but I have long since sold that TT. It was about 24 years ago now in class A MH, no problem with pipes now. I also installed a 'Sani-Con Turbo from Thetford and no longer use a large discharge hose.
    • Baseball Mom Kari
      Dan-n-Jo April 28, 2020 This is the type of hanger I used
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    • Baseball Mom Kari
      Dan-n-Jo April 28, 2020 This is about what it looked like but mounted fore and aft (different direction)
    • Baseball Mom Kari
      Habadabeer April 28, 2020 Brian from “RV With Tito” has a good solution he did himself:

      https://youtu.be/MLAvi33zWyg

      Looks fairly easy and inexpensive. Hope this helps!
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      • Baseball Mom Kari
        Baseball Mom Kari May 2, 2020 Thank you- I wouldn’t have thought about using vinyl fence posts!
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      Alice Nelson Robinson April 28, 2020 Hope you can see the pics or zoom in on them, my class C came with the standard bumper for the hose, I added a round pvc pipe I made for fishing rods and flags, my hose fits in the bumper when I turn it around and fit the end piece at a slant. I have a hi...  more
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      Alice Nelson Robinson April 28, 2020 more pics
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      Alice Nelson Robinson April 28, 2020 one more pic
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      Jim & Sharon Ham April 28, 2020 Three storage solutions come to mind, with increasing prices for each: 1. 4 to 6 inch diameter PVC pipe with end closures attached under the body 2. 8 foot long plastic fence posts with decorative end caps with a pin 3. Camco sewer ...  more
    • Baseball Mom Kari
      Alice Nelson Robinson April 29, 2020 I also have a fence square post with caps works just as well and is less heavy as the pvc, But I couldn't put both like I had on my TT so I made a choice and kept the PVC
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      Dejavela May 1, 2020 Many fulltimers, who have YouTube videos I like to watch, use RVTripWizard. You can enter dimensions, plan your trips, find POI, and much more. There are several videos on how to use it. It's about $40 a yr. After using some others the past couple yrs...  more
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      • Baseball Mom Kari
        Habadabeer May 1, 2020 I’ve heard great things about the RV Trip Wizard website for route planning but have been hesitant to pay for yet another yearly subscription service. Now, however, I may take the plunge because the same publisher has a turn by turn navigation app called ...  more
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