JamieGeek - Thanks for the fast reply. The compartment in our Axis 25.1 is pretty substantial. I could probably easily fit another span of hose in the with no problem. Spent the whole (first) year using tubs. Was cleaning out the storage compartments and realized they might fit. Sure enough, they do. Wife is happy now, as this frees up a whole bin of storage.
Phillip & Robin W.
CWO2, USMC (Ret.)
2015 Thor Axis 25.1
I keep two 10' hoses in the valve compartment of our Vegas 25.2. It stays put, and I can't see where it would damage anything. I considered a storage like JamieGeek's, but no reason for it with our model.
I think we need to stop calling it "working from home" and start calling it "living at work!"
I use mine. Also keep a flush hose in there...one worry is looping the hose around the valve and pulling it open. Naaw. That would never happen.
On my Class C I used a small chain attached to the gate valve bolts and a loop that went over the T handle to serve as a makeshift locking cable so the gate valves could not come open while travelling. I haven't done this to the Challenger yet, but I will sometime in the future.
US Army (Ret)
2020 Entegra Accolade 37TS
2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk (Toad)
FMCA - F432054