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Old 03-06-2016, 09:59 AM   #11
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I have a couple of small office sized oval plastic trash cans. The driver's side has the water filter and tank filler that fits the end of the hose, as well as the bottle of poo tank enzyme we use (instead of harsh chemicals). The rolled up hoses fit nicely behind it.

The passenger side holds the tools for setting theWDH bars and the crank for the stabilizers along with a few other odds and ends like 15 amp and 50 amp adapters. The power cord fits nicely rolled up behind it.

This leaves room for my leveling blocks, Anderson leveling wedges and the immobilizers that fit between the tires.

I lay my WDH bars across the top of the plywood covering the batteries when they are not in use.
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Wow - thanks for posting Kathie. I had no idea those existed. Perfect!
That's the size I use for my lunch when I go for a hike.
Seriously we use small plastic buckets that delis get pickles and stuff in or if a bigger bucket is needed, I use a cat litter bucket. I also like those small clear tubs that only cost a couple bucks.
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When I needed an easy bag to hold my screen room poles, I used a durable cotton rifle case that ties on tha end securely
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I guess I better catch up on a year's worth of thank you's! You are welcome! I know I appreciate all the hints we get from other folks on this forum.
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I'm afraid I'm in the "Toss everything in" school. I do keep the sewer hose in a 5" fence post under the trailer, but grill, water hoses, electric cord, Anderson Leveler, a few leggo blocks, and some misc small stuff all goes in. Of course, if it is something I want, it will always be on the bottom...
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