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Old 10-13-2013, 04:56 AM   #11
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We have the 29KS and don't use FHU sites very often. We often add fresh water from a 5 gallon container on longer stays. We minimize waste water in the grey tank, and drain some when necessary (very seldom). I tell friends when you by an RV you not only have to become a plumber, but you also become the sanitary district. You have to budget your consumption and waste like you would your money. We all do it.

I think you wouldn't be satisfied with much larger tanks because it would change the layout and features. If you go to a large Class A you can get more capacity.

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Old 02-13-2014, 07:15 PM   #12
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We never have enough gray water tank. Many State parks have water and electric, but no sewer. No problem. I bought a 35 gallon smart-tote tank. It is the perfect answer. I keep it stored in the clam shell located on the roof when we don't need it. Google them or visit an rv dealer to look at one. You will be very impressed.

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