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Old 11-08-2013, 08:36 AM   #11
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Grumpy - Thats a neat meter to add to the tool box - Thanks for the idea...


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Old 11-08-2013, 10:51 AM   #12
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Buy one of these. Takes all the guess work out of how full and how much extra weight ( gals x 8.2 lbs) your carrying.
http://www.amazon.com/AbsolutelyNew-.../dp/B003QRLAQ2
I extended my overflow tubes and installed caps on them. Otherwise I lose 1/3 of my water before I get to my camp spot.
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Old 11-10-2013, 10:15 PM   #13
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Buy one of these. Takes all the guess work out of how full and how much extra weight ( gals x 8.2 lbs) your carrying.
http://www.amazon.com/AbsolutelyNew-.../dp/B003QRLAQ2
Do you know if it will count backward if the water flows in the other direction? It would be nifty to have one on the tank drain that counts up when water is drawn from it, and counts down when water is put into the tank. I'm assuming it remains powered for days at a time, and doesn't shut off after a short period of no water flow.
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Re: Overfilling damage when fillng the fresh water tank?

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Do you know if it will count backward if the water flows in the other direction? It would be nifty to have one on the tank drain that counts up when water is drawn from it, and counts down when water is put into the tank. I'm assuming it remains powered for days at a time, and doesn't shut off after a short period of no water flow.
No clue. It does sleep and then wakes up with activity.
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Thanks for the info Grumpy. I would be very interested in that kind of product, but 80% of the reviews said don't buy it. I think I'll search on line for something else.
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