tote-along tanks

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by Von, Apr 18, 2004.

  1. Von

    Von New Member

    we are parking our nomad 259LT in a campground for 4 months. we will have power and water, but no sewer hook up. we are thinking of using a tote-along tank for our gray, and black water. we have a dump station about 300 feet from our trailer. so it's not a big deal to haul the tote-along to the dump site. i just don't want to have to keep moving the trailer to dump. any opinions on the tote-along tanks?
     
  2. Gary B

    Gary B Senior Member

    tote-along tanks

    Hi Von, they are ideal for what you want to do, I wouldn't want the hassel of moving the trailer all the time either, we have one and used it alot. Welcome to the forum & happy camping. :) :laugh: :cool: :bleh: :approve:
     
  3. thumbs

    thumbs New Member

    tote-along tanks

    If you frequent places that don't have sewage they are a must. Your right about having to move the rig every few days just to dump. I have the 32 gallon one. I carry it up under the camper on staps so I can get it down when I need it. I also made up a harness to pull it to the dump with my bicycle. It's heavy and I wouldn't want to pull it to far but it works great for shorter distances. They aren't cheap by any means but it beats movein the camper.

    Gary
    Souderton, Pa

    '92 Dodge Cummins W350 (BOMBed) ;-} 5sp 354 rears
    2003 Sunnybrook 2750 SL
    Reese 16k rocker
    Rancho RS9000X
    Coleman 2000/4000 watt inverter
    Yamaha EF2800i generator
     
  4. Von

    Von New Member

    tote-along tanks

    Thanks for the input,and much thanks for the welcome!
     

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