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Old 04-27-2014, 09:08 AM   #11
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I have the brand tote shown in the video, the 35 gallon size.

I bend the front bolt axle at least once a year, but it's easy to replace. I hold the sewer Hose in place with a Bungy Cord, sometimes pops loose. As previously noted 35 gallons is quite heavy but the handle is designed for a tow ball. I use a truck or ATV.

Since my camp may be several miles from a dump station I bought a Tank Buddy and pump the waste into the tank in the bed of my truck then drive the dump station.
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Old 04-27-2014, 09:56 AM   #12
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I would suggest that you get the 35 gallon size so you dont overflow it. Mon if you have to put it in the back of your truck to drive it away to dump then also get a maceator pump put the blue boy in the back of your truck and pump from the trailer right into the blue boy.. DONT FORGET TO TAKE YOUR DUMP HOSE WITH YOU WHEN YOU GO TO DUMP..

http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...pump-kit/26125
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I think I would definitely want one bigger than the biggest tank I would be dumping. Probably not a good idea to overfill one and make a mess.

I saw one guy have a empty tote in the back of his truck bed and used one of the 12VDC FLOJET 18555-000 Waste Water Pump Kits to empty his waste into the tote. When it finished he removed the hose from the trailer side and tied it off high on the truck and drove to the dump site. There he let it empty the tote using gravity flow.


I thought that was neat (no mess) idea...

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SEANN45 - didn't mean to say same thing you posted - you obviously type faster than I do haha...
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I have a 35 gal Thetford and pump grey water only into it while it is in the bed of my truck. Go to dump station and hook regular sewer hose to it to drain it. Black water tank will go for 7 days and I don't generally stay in one place more than 5 days.
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SEANN45 - didn't mean to say same thing you posted - you obviously type faster than I do haha...
Roy I was just going to ask if you were at Da Slabs watching me..
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I just bought a 35 gal tote off kijiji used once for $90. Didn't really need it right now but the deal was too good to pass up.
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