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As in my earlier post about the door step shelf, I was looking for another location to carry my five gallon portable sewer tank. I was looking real hard, when laying under the trailer I noticed the space in the A-frame of the trailer tongue looked about right. I made a strap from some aluminum I had. This gives just enough to hold the tank. I then mounted a bungie cord to the middle frame member and a place to hook it to on the oppisite member. It's not difficult to reach. I leave the cap off the tank, since I am afraid I might loose it.


Believe me that bungie cord is tighter than it looks in the pic and the tank is snug.


I put the cap and other things on a shelf I added just behind the propane tanks. Small space, but every space is useful in a camper.

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Very nice, very clever...


I've thought about using that space for an air tank that I can store compressed air in. I had planned to make it out of some 8 inch schedule 40 PVC that I scarfed off a construction site about 30 years ago. (Packrat)


You're right there is no sense in wasting space.



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