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Old 03-18-2015, 08:59 PM   #11
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Some things to put on my growing list to buy before 1st camping outing.
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Old 03-18-2015, 09:19 PM   #12
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I keep the slinky in the bumper, accessory's in a bucket. I dont use rubber gloves, I rinse the hose, and when finished, wash my hands with soap.
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Old 03-19-2015, 07:39 PM   #13
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I use a hard plastic bin for my sewer hose support and water hose I use to back flush the black tank. I use a Ziplock Big Bag XL to store both sections of hose and another smaller ziplock bag to hold the hose fittings. I like the bags because I can push them into a smaller space and are watertight. I keep latex disposable gloves in a ziplock in my truck.
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I should add that when we get home I soak all the black accessories in the container with bleach & water, let sit for good while, drain and let dry. Then all goes back to TT.
I do this in the tote usually every other trip and allow for the tub to "bake" dry when we get home. With 2 drains I have a lot of pipe and connectors, so my tub is larger. Most of the hose is in the bumper, connected and sealed.

Usually a 1/4 cup to the 8 or so gallons it takes to get things covered.
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Old 03-20-2015, 09:21 AM   #15
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Some things to put on my growing list to buy before 1st camping outing.
I've had the same list for 3-ish years. Take a few items off put a few more items on.........
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I have a small tool box attached to the bumper that I put the attachments in
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Old 03-20-2015, 02:05 PM   #17
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I use a hard plastic bin for my sewer hose support and water hose I use to back flush the black tank. I use a Ziplock Big Bag XL to store both sections of hose and another smaller ziplock bag to hold the hose fittings. I like the bags because I can push them into a smaller space and are watertight. I keep latex disposable gloves in a ziplock in my truck.
I have a small canvas tote that hold all the fittings and a bag of disposable gloves. I coil my flush hose and hang it with a bungee cord on the spare tire rack.

OT - I have purchased cheap reusable shopping bags from home depot as they are big, collapse, and hold my freshwater hose. I have IKEA shopping bags to transport firewood.
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I throw mine on my bicycle tray that came with the camper
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I use the 6" fence post sleve mounted under the TT. It has a large enough opening to fit a long hose and attachments inside. Never wanted that stuff inside to begin with.
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Old 03-27-2015, 08:02 AM   #20
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Black tank question: I have a black tank flush on the side of the TT. After dumping the black tank I shut the dump valve and hook the hose up to the tank flush. Put some water in the black tank via the hose to the flush fitting. I then get in the truck and move it back and forth a few feet to get the water "sloshing" Then dump again. This was the first time camping (and dumping) First question: what would happen if I overfilled the black tank with the flush hose? (dump valve closed) Would it come out some vent? Is there a vent at the roof like a house? 2nd question: Does the procedure of filling a bit and sloshing around and dumping again make any sense? This whole dumping procedure is something I have to get down a bit better
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