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Old 10-29-2005, 09:06 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by GlenCoombe
Terry, I was under the bus...again today. I'm going to sling my ladder under the tail end. I saw this done last week when I stopped at a rest area. I don't want to put it in the back on my new floor, it'd be in the way and might scratch my new floor covering. I was also looking to see how much room I had and where I could hang the PVC pipe for the sewer hose storage. Going to pick that up next week at Camping World.
Glen, a quick sugggestion. When you gather up the PVC to build your slinky storage spot, get the pieces you would need to make the opposite end unscrew. Then you can hose out the whole thing, and get rid of the unpleasant stuff that gathers in the tube out the other end, without fear of it splashing back on you.

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Old 10-29-2005, 09:49 PM   #30
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Terry, I'd thought about using some drainage holes / vent holes anyway but having both ends open is very smart indeed. Getting the hose out of the storage compartment is most important. Hoping for the new toilet next week when in Myrtle Beach.

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