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GravelRider

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Posted: 06/26/20 08:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks for the suggestions. I went ahead and bought the 36 gallon Rhino. We got to the campground last night, so I'll report back how it goes.

It would be quite difficult to raise the outlet. If I were to go through all that, I'd just the the trailer to the dump station.

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Posted: 06/26/20 12:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

GravelRider wrote:

Thanks for the suggestions. I went ahead and bought the 36 gallon Rhino. We got to the campground last night, so I'll report back how it goes.

It would be quite difficult to raise the outlet. If I were to go through all that, I'd just the the trailer to the dump station.


Hope it works out well for you.

If your rig/setup is a pain to raise then then its prob more trouble then its worth.

Mine TT takes about two minutes. 30 sec each front stabilizer, 30 sec on tongue jack and a minute to walk around doing it. Well worth it in my situation.

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They have some smaller totes that are low profile, but you should be fine with your idea. Your at the campgeound allready, but i would test it out first. I got one that leaked bad and couldn't be tightened up easily. And there not cheap so i sent it back. Good luck.


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