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Old 04-17-2022, 04:46 AM   #1
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Default 2008 fun finder 139x sewer storage

Does my 2008 139x have a sewer storage? I cannot find it. Any help would be much appreciated.
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Old 04-17-2022, 09:48 AM   #2
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Did you look in the bumper? Many will put it in there.
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Are you referring to the black tank or the sewer hose? Hose may be in a black PVC tube under one side of the trailer or in the bumper. The tank is normally under the shower.
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When the black tube under the camper is provided for the sewer hose storage, the diameter is to small to store the tube with ends on the hose attached. Also it's a cheap, thin flimsy hose.
After one use, I purchased a Rhino sewer hose with ends .. like this: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Camco-397...B&gclsrc=aw.ds

I also purchased some 4" or 5" square white plastic channel, affixed it under my camper to store it - far superior the the factory hose and storage tube.
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Did you find the hose?
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When the black tube under the camper is provided for the sewer hose storage, the diameter is to small to store the tube with ends on the hose attached. Also it's a cheap, thin flimsy hose.
After one use, I purchased a Rhino sewer hose with ends .. like this: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Camco-397...B&gclsrc=aw.ds

I also purchased some 4" or 5" square white plastic channel, affixed it under my camper to store it - far superior the the factory hose and storage tube.
The waste water drain hose on my '07 x210 is ridiculously short so as to fit in the also ridiculously short storage tube mounted on the road-side wall of the camper going into the space beneath the refrigerator. I too, bought a longer hose and appropriate fittings to make things right. I mounted a 5' length of 4" PVC tube with end caps to the rear bumper. Quickly found that the fittings on the ends of the new hose WERE TOO LARGE FOR THE PVC TUBE! Will be getting some square tubing as Eagle did above to remedy the situation. Luckily, the 4" PVC tube was left over from another project so I'm not out of any cash.
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The black short round sewer hose storage tube that came on my FunFinder was useless. I installed a piece of 5" square PVC fence post from the building supply house.
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I went to Home Depot and bought a white PVC 4 or 5 inch hollow square fence pole.
They sell caps that fit the ends of the post there also. I used large stainless hose clamps and secured the post under the back bumper of my trailer. Drilled a hole through the end caps and post and use a long screw and wing nut to hold the caps on. The sewer hose and all accessories will fit in the hollow fence pole.
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