Replace Hose-Carrier Cap or Just Get Rid of the Whole Thing?
Oops! Guess I didn't secure my sewer-hose carrier cap and lost it on my last trip.
I wasn't exactly devastated. I've never used the thing (carry my sewer hose in the storage bumper).
So, I can't see any point in replacing the cap. I may just get the dealer to remove the whole thing at my next appointment. That would give the trailer a more stream-lined bottom.
Someone suggested I replace the cap and use it for "storage." Storage of what? I thought of tools or a fire poker, but they would only get slammed sideways to the end of the tube during transit and how would I get them out?
Has this happened to anyone else? What did you do? Do you think removing the entire thing would be very labour intensive? (Am thinking of cost. A cap may be cheaper.)
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