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Old 09-12-2016, 12:14 AM   #21
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Okay guys and gals the wifee and I are out camping in ours new Denali and we love it. We are trying to conserve ours grey water tank but it's only 42 gallons tank, so my question is can I add a second grey water tank to my RV?

I have look into getting a 15 gallons portable tank but in the mean while do you know if I can add it to my Trailer, I have a second button for the gray water but it's not hook up to anything, thank you for your comments.
Technically I'd say sure you can add an additional grey tank.

I've dropped (and re-installed) a black tank on a previous TT, and there was nothing special or rocket-science about the tank. The tank simply spanned between the two main trailer frame rails, and was more or less just held in by gravity, and an additional cross member that prevented the tank from sliding fore or aft.

A very handy person could install a second tank if there was a spot for one. And the plumbing would be an easy matter as well, the manufacturers just use simple ABS for the 1-1/2" plumbing runs.

The only tricky part would be how to gang them together, since the inlets are generally through the top. I'd actually connect a second grey tank to the OUTLET of the first, and essentially install a TEE to the dump valve. This ofcourse would require a vent for tank2, to allow the head of air to evacuate while the tanks are filling "equalizing." Just run a vent line from the top of tank 1 over to tank 2.

Would it be a fun project? Yep. Would it take a month of sundays? maybe.

Would you ever want to entrust a dealer to do it? not on my best day.
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Okay, I agree sir and since this is my first trip out I might just get more familiar with my setup and buy a 15g probable tank for now. Thank you.
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Congrats on the new trailer! I love that floorplan. The pictures are beautiful! If I may ask, what RV park were you staying at? Is it only available to veterans? My husband would fall under that category. I wouldn't mind staying there during our next trip to the Pacific Northwest next summer.
We have a sewer tote that we never use. I would love to sell it to someone but I don't think it would be worth the shipping from Southern California.
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Congrats on the new trailer! I love that floorplan. The pictures are beautiful! If I may ask, what RV park were you staying at? Is it only available to veterans? My husband would fall under that category. I wouldn't mind staying there during our next trip to the Pacific Northwest next summer.
We have a sewer tote that we never use. I would love to sell it to someone but I don't think it would be worth the shipping from Southern California.

Thank you, we are at the Pacific Beach Resort for the military, but they do have one a state park less than a mile away with rv beach hook up for non-military also. You can alway call to see, their number is #360-276-4414. They always have spots, well on the off holidays I believe and since we are retired we can come any time. Yeah it will probably cost a lot to send, how many gallons is it, I wish we were closer but we are in the WA area and I don't know how much shipping?
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