I have a Z-1 toyhauler and it didn't come with any sewer hose storage so I came up with this idea. I purchased a 5 in. square pvc post cover from a local fence supply company and 2 post caps. I then used some regular galvanized "L" brackets to secure it under the unit to the frame. I used smooth rounded screw heads to use inside the tube and bolted it to a nut on the outside so there wouldn't be any sharp edges inside of the square tube to damage the sewer hose. It is mounted mid frame so I wouldn't catch it on any uneven ground area I might encounter. I also drilled some 1/4 in. holes in the bottom of it to allow any excess water to drain out after I have used it and flushed the hose out.
Just thought I would share this upgrade I made with y'all.
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*2016 CAF25SE Cruiser Aire 5er. *2020 Chevrolet 2500 HD Custom
*Ted & Tricia (Mimi- Teacup Poodle)
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