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Old 10-24-2018, 01:47 PM   #1
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2018 25.4 Vegas Sewer Hose and Long Item Storage Solution.

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We got one long post sleeve with end caps and used the enclosed PVC adhesive to glue the cap on the far end. We just snap the cap on after inserting the sewer hose, itís a little snug going in. We used 2 shorter post sleeves 36Ē for the fishing poles and handles.
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Old 10-24-2018, 05:50 PM   #2
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Oh, Ok. Thats under the Drivers and passengers seats. I use that area for my tools, oil, parts ETC. And I put the outdoor patio rugs in the pass though area (Helps to absorb engine noise).

I put my hose in the same compartment with the sewer connections are at. I dont want to contaminate any other part of the RV. I thought about using the fence post UNDER the RV like other have done but for now I like them in the sewer compartment.
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Old 10-24-2018, 05:55 PM   #3
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Yeah I used the same fence post and mounted it to the frame at the rear. Amazingly its still there LOL.

I don't think that gap in mine is big enough for a fence post. I keep a long reach windshield squeegee there and that's about it.

Looking closely at your pics: It appears that your coach is closed off in between the two outside storage bins (there is a "floor" in that area in your pics). No such floor in mine; its open to the engine/trans below it (so yeah mine is probably a lot noisier than yours).
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Old 10-24-2018, 07:24 PM   #4
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Yeah I used the same fence post and mounted it to the frame at the rear. Amazingly its still there LOL.

I don't think that gap in mine is big enough for a fence post. I keep a long reach windshield squeegee there and that's about it.

Looking closely at your pics: It appears that your coach is closed off in between the two outside storage bins (there is a "floor" in that area in your pics). No such floor in mine; its open to the engine/trans below it (so yeah mine is probably a lot noisier than yours).
Yeah my 2017 looks like his. It had a molded plastic liner for the floor/walls so you can lose anything in the compartment.
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Old 10-24-2018, 09:43 PM   #5
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When I took the pics I had the opposite side door closed, the compartments are connected. I wish my sewage area was large enough to store my hoses, because I carry 2.
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Old 10-24-2018, 11:34 PM   #6
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...I put my hose in the same compartment with the sewer connections are at. I dont want to contaminate any other part of the RV...
Same here, two 10 foot slinkys fit nicely in that compartment with the valves.

Since the 25.2 has no rear ladder, I keep a collapsible 12.5 foot ladder in that pass through, along with a broom.
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Old 10-25-2018, 03:36 AM   #7
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When I took the pics I had the opposite side door closed, the compartments are connected. I wish my sewage area was large enough to store my hoses, because I carry 2.
Well I carry one 10 foot in this compartment normally (But two will fit). At first I didnt think it would fit - much larger than it looks. Have you tried on yours?

I recently had to replace the orginal hose (Sprung a leak) so I had two hoses in this compartment until I threw away the original hose.

I have another brand new 10 footer in the rear storage in case I need it. Once I use it I will have to kick it to the sewer storage box or add the fence post under the RV.
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Old 10-26-2018, 02:37 AM   #8
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I havenít tried stuffing it in there, but I might. Before I store my sewer hose I rinse it out really well.
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