When I 1st bought my Fiber Stream
it had a 10' sewer hose in a small (30") tube holder on the front of the trailer. It was old, and when I wanted to use it in Victorville, CA in November, it was too cold
to get it to s-t-r-e-t-c-h to the site's sewer fitting way at the back of the site.
I carry a 20' long sewer hose in a 4" square bumper/sewer storage that is 6' long. The hose collapses to about 4' long and stays collapsed
if I cap both ends, because the end caps are air-tight. If left un-capped inside the bumper, it could expand to the full 20' length from the Southern California sun
heating up the bumper. This may explain why I see so many 20' long sewer hoses on the side of the highway.