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Old 01-26-2016, 07:16 AM   #15
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Thanks Stan. You all have been very helpful. I can't rely on dealer they give me incorrect info. Stay warm.
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Old 01-26-2016, 07:23 AM   #16
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When we purchased our 16' Bambi we received a "starter" kit that came with an inexpensive "slinky"...
I thought all Airstreams were supplied with that kit although that was 4 years ago now...
If you find that you in fact have the tube (I'm sure it is there) then you will soon learn that most hoses are too long for it.
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Old 01-26-2016, 10:58 PM   #17
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Yes my 2014 16' Bambi came with a hose tube on the left side/front that will hold a 4' slinky hose that was part of a kit that included everything you need for a dump station. I also installed a 4"X 4" aluminum square tube on the rear that also holds a 6' hose. I polished it , is also works as a bumper. I mounted it to the skid plate with 1"X 1" square tubing bolted to the skid plate and u-bolts to hold the tube. R.V stores have end caps to keep tube from falling out. My extra fittings I carry in a rubber 3-Gal. bucket with a snap on lid that I carry in the rear cargo hold. I also can use the bucket under the hose when I disconnect to catch any thing still in the hose.
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Old 01-27-2016, 11:25 AM   #18
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When we purchased our 16' Bambi we received a "starter" kit that came with an inexpensive "slinky"...
I thought all Airstreams were supplied with that kit although that was 4 years ago now...
If you find that you in fact have the tube (I'm sure it is there) then you will soon learn that most hoses are too long for it.
First mod for your trailer!
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Apparently they don't give you any hoses at all accept gas line on the 2016 sports unless it's just my dealer. They told me that's not included so that's why I am trying to figure out the best system, size, carrier for the 16'. It's been monsoon raining here so I still have to go under trailer to see if there is in fact a tube and hope if there is it's not too small like many are stating. This girl needs to learn some better handyman skills Thanks all for your advice.
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Old 01-27-2016, 06:48 PM   #19
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You need to remove the end fittings ignored for it to fit into the tube.
I store the end fittings in a small plastic container in the storage at the back of the Bambi.
I use just the regular waste hose it scrunches up. Your dealership should have given you one.
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Old 01-28-2016, 02:12 PM   #20
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This is my sewer hose storage tube for my 2006 16'. Sorry, it's sort of dark. It is located in front of the axle, pretty much right below the fridge vents on the street side. This came as orignial equipment with my trailer. It stores my slinky hose well, however, I keep thinking I would like to move it a little closer to the edge of the trailer because it can be a little difficult to access at some dump sites.

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