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Old 10-06-2016, 11:46 PM   #1
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I want to add another hose carrier. Anyone done that? I am concerned where I need to screw if there is anything that there i may puncture. how long a screw?

Or I can Gorilla Glue it, any thoughts?

if anyone has a picture, please share.
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Old 10-06-2016, 11:51 PM   #2
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I carry my hose and power cord coiled on top of the LP tanks and close the lid. Keeps them clean and handy

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Are talking about the sewer hose or the water hose cazual6?
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I think you would seriously devalue the trailer by attaching something to the outside of the body. If you can't figure out how to add storage on the tongue (i.e. a plastic container or custom) then I would look to underneath the trailer. You could attach some sort of pullout drawer in front of the wheels that is not too deep. You could look at how the classic does the drawer in the bumper in the back. Not sure if this can be retrofitted to other models? Perhaps it is just a matter of purchasing the components from AS and remove you existing bumper and install the classic components.

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I added an AS flag box to my rig and asked the factory for installation advice. They suggested that one side be attacked to a rib, you can see where the underbelly is attached with screws and rivet the other side. They suggested self tapping screws.

I used two small and inexpensive bottle jacks to hold it in place while attaching it. I mounted it close to the existing sewer hose tube.

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Here we go again. Until the OP responds back with specifics about what they want to do post are nothing but SWAGS.
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I added one here because I hate kneeling in sewage. I drilled holes in it and looped a giant wrap tie from harbor freight inside each one and around the frame.
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sewer hose. I have two. I normal use one and stored it in the tube storage. the other sewer was brand new so never had any issues storing it in the back. but this last trip, I had to use two hoses. now I feel eekky that it used. I want to add the same tube storage next to it.
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I added one here because I hate kneeling in sewage. I drilled holes in it and looped a giant wrap tie from harbor freight inside each one and around the frame.
wife will kill me if I did that.
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I think you would seriously devalue the trailer by attaching something to the outside of the body. If you can't figure out how to add storage on the tongue (i.e. a plastic container or custom) then I would look to underneath the trailer. You could attach some sort of pullout drawer in front of the wheels that is not too deep. You could look at how the classic does the drawer in the bumper in the back. Not sure if this can be retrofitted to other models? Perhaps it is just a matter of purchasing the components from AS and remove you existing bumper and install the classic components.

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it will be under the trailer where to current single tube storage is. I plan to put one right next to it
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