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Old 05-28-2014, 12:22 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by nylyon View Post
I have 2 gray water tanks, one for the kitchen and one for the bath. Not worried about the kitchen one, its my teen aged daughter and the bath that concerns me the most.

I suppose with 2 tanks I *could* cap the drain, then open both gray water valves to equalize both if need be.

I thought about the extra weight. I usually put about ľ to Ĺ full of water before a trip, just in case. I am taking 2 less people and 1 less dog and a lot less cargo, so the weight should cancel each other out.

Last question, I have always emptied and flushed the tanks before leaving the CG. How nasty will it be if I leave the black tank with what ever is in there for like 2 weeks which is our next Lake George camping trip?

2 weeks shouldn't be an issue.... just make sure there is water in the tank I put about 5 gallons in at every start and a tablet - tank fluid. The drive out to the new place will slosh around good enough to mix it all up again when you arrive.

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