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Old 08-10-2016, 07:45 AM   #11
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That's up to you. Glue would make it a done deal. You couldn't ever take it off. I REALLY don't see if popping off.
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Old 08-10-2016, 08:20 AM   #12
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Valterra T58 Twist-On Waste Valve

I would not leave mine on. I had one break once when the slide came in and hit it. It can be rotated when connected.
I know some that leave them on and use caulk.
I don't.


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Old 08-10-2016, 09:04 AM   #13
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I have thought about this solution as well, but I am a little concerned about keeping them on all the time. Do they stay on while traveling?
On my fiver (and my previous fiver), I put a small stainless steel screw at the fitting "notch" so that it cannot be removed unless the screw is removed. I leave mine on all the time, but of course, my configuration may be different from others that may need to be removed as necessary.
The OP stated the one biggest advantage to using one of these is to combine both gray tanks which means I can take more showers before dumping . Great little invention!
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Old 08-11-2016, 09:37 AM   #14
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The OP stated the one biggest advantage to using one of these is to combine both gray tanks which means I can take more showers before dumping . Great little invention!
Agreed... this is the best part of this valve
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On my fiver (and my previous fiver), I put a small stainless steel screw at the fitting "notch" so that it cannot be removed unless the screw is removed. I leave mine on all the time, but of course, my configuration may be different from others that may need to be removed as necessary.
The OP stated the one biggest advantage to using one of these is to combine both gray tanks which means I can take more showers before dumping . Great little invention!
+1, I drilled 2 small holes in mine and screwed it in-place. Stays on all the time now.

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Been using the Valterra gate valve and clear elbow since we started RV'ing. The guy we purchased our first trailer from was a great teacher. And the clear elbow is most helpful during the 'tank flush regatta' to determine when the black tank is adequately cleaned.
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I like the Idea of the small holes with screws to hold it it in place. Thanks for the tip!!
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