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Sewer hose storage is always kind of an issue with RVs. You need it reasonably accessible, but you don’t necessarily want to store it “with” anything – especially not your fresh water hookups! Well, it took me a little while, but I finally came up with a solution for sewer hose storage in our new Winnebago EKKO, Number One. Here it is!
We had actually seen and made a video about the Super Tube years ago. You can find that video here. Ever since then, I had wanted one, but never could find a place to install one in our Class B, Lance. Now that we have an EKKO, there were more options for where to install it.
I should note that if you’re doing this aftermarket, you’re going to want to purchase the Super Slider – and *not* the original Super Tube. The reason is simple, the Super Slider adjusts so that you can make sure to hit your mounting points.
Here are some links to the tools and materials I used to get this done (and yes, these are our affiliate links):
- RecPro RV Super Slider – If you’re installing in an EKKO in the same place we did, you can get by with the smallest model.
- My Sliding Pad Creeper – I get under the RV way more than I should. This thing makes it a snap. AND BONUS! It’s compact enough to travel with!
- The Fein Multimaster – This was (as near as I can tell) the original of all the oscillating tools like this. It comes in handy any time I need to make an odd-type cut.
- ABS Cement – This stuff has been coming in handy a lot lately. Especially since I started 3D printing things out of ABS!
Besides those items, there are always the usual shop supplies, nuts, bolts, etc. But I never bother to list those out. If you see something you’re interested in, let me know and I’ll add it to the list.
This project really did come together in just one evening after work. So even if you don’t have my shop, it shouldn’t take you more than a day.
Let me know what you think. Cheers!