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Old 01-15-2018, 07:10 PM   #1
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Black water tote

Hello everyone!!!! I am looking to purchase a waste water portable tote for camper and was wondering if anyone had any input on what to get. My black and grey tanks are both 39 gallons.
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Old 01-15-2018, 07:13 PM   #2
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I have a Barker 42 Gal waste tote. I got it near the end of the season last year and it seems pretty good so far.
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Old 01-15-2018, 07:18 PM   #3
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+1 on Barker. We have the 32 gallon model and it's worked well. Whatever brand you get I would recommend getting one with pneumatic wheels and not the hard plastic ones. Much quieter when pulling down to the dump station...
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I have a Barker 42 Gal waste tote. I got it near the end of the season last year and it seems pretty good so far.
I have to same one for 3 years now.
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I have had this one for 5 years now. It works great. Just pull it behind the truck to the dump station. I always do 2 loads. https://www.amazon.com/SmartTote2-Po.../dp/B00P3SM34K
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Measure, measure, measure. The distance between your connection and the ground will be very important. I use a portable macerator to transfer from RV connection up (into the back of the truck) to the honey wagon. I have camped (Nebraska) where, the dump station was 1.5 miles away !!!
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Measure, measure, measure. The distance between your connection and the ground will be very important. I use a portable macerator to transfer from RV connection up (into the back of the truck) to the honey wagon. I have camped (Nebraska) where, the dump station was 1.5 miles away !!!
I do the same thing. So far I have only used the macerator to pump gray water to the tote in the back of my truck. I have not camped long enough to have do it with black water. Much better than trying to pull the tote 1/2 mile an hour
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Where do most people transport their wagon when traveling?
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Where do most people transport their wagon when traveling?
Mine is carried in the bed of the truck
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Where do most people transport their wagon when traveling?
I have a Surco 50x50 cargo rack on top of the factory hard bed panels of my Avalanche so it gets fresh air
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