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Old 10-01-2015, 06:44 PM   #11
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We don't have a ladder and tow with a SUV. So I make sure mine is clean and put it in a heavy duty contractor grade 50 gallon garbage bag with a type and just put it in the TT. I take it out when we get home. It's sealed and is only used for gray water anyway. We don't go more than 1.5 hours travel anyway.
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Old 10-03-2015, 10:49 PM   #12
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Just an idea; what about putting the empty tote under the TT between the frame rails using something like a BAL Hide-a-Spare? Out of sight, out of mind.
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Old 10-04-2015, 07:17 AM   #13
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Just an idea; what about putting the empty tote under the TT between the frame rails using something like a BAL Hide-a-Spare? Out of sight, out of mind.
It would work unless you have a enclosed under belly like many do lately. Only thing you have to be careful of it a rock or other debris puncturing it.
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Old 10-09-2015, 01:56 PM   #14
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We have an 18 gallon. I just rinse it good put it in a strong contractors bag then back in the original box and put it in the trailer. Of course I only use it for the grey.
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Old 10-09-2015, 04:43 PM   #15
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I saw one guy have his empty TOTE in the back of his truck bed. He left it there all the time and using one of those 12VDC MACERATOR PUMPS he could fill it up with ease. Then he could tie off the fill hose high and drive the truck to the dump area and just let it gravity feed until it empties the tote...

No mess what so ever...

The guy did tell me to be sure the tote in the back of the truck is bigger than the biggest tank. Otherwise you might overflow it when filling it up...

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We have bungeed ours to the ladder, but check this out: Ladder Mount Portable Waste Tank Mounting System - Holding Tank Accessories - Black Water Tanks - Plumbing
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On our old hybrid, I attached a couple of light duty cargo hooks to the underside of the trailer, which didn't have an enclosed undberbelly. Some heavy duty bungee cords kept the 11 gallon tote in place. We didn't always need it, but it was there if we did.
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Mine sits in the truck bed in front of the fifth wheel hitch. I don't carry it if I will not be needing it.

My tank capacity is twice the size of the blue boy but I have become adept at not over filling it. Two quick trips and I'm done.
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be careful of it a rock or other debris puncturing it.
Excellant point! I was going to mount mine under, but I think I'll fabricate a rear bumper mount.
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I got the idea on how to transport mine here
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