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Posted: 01/13/21 09:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

learntorv wrote:

Better than a tote tank is a sewer bladder. Higher capacity and more easily transferred to the dump station.

Problem is getting the company’s attention to make one:
Better than a turd hearse - sewer bladder

I have a friend who made his own and another who uses an Aquatank freshwater bladder.


This is the first ive ever heard of it refered to as a "turd hearse" and i've been laughing for 20min now.

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ZINGERLITE wrote:

This is the first ive ever heard of it refered to as a "turd hearse" and i've been laughing for 20min now.


Ha! Thanks for the compliment. [emoticon]

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A person I talked to on another site, that liked to have the ability to use lots of water carried a few 7 gallon water containers in the TV. Used a masarater to grind and pump the poop to the containers while in the truck. Then only had to lift down to dump. A hose could be used so no need to lift at all, just hook up and turn container over.

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Lantley wrote:

I have a barker 42 gallon with pneumatic wheels. Works like a champ.
Yes it is heavy when its full, but you don't have to pick it up!
It rolls like a red wagon.
You simply roll it to the truck and the truck pulls it to the dump.
The 42 gallon tote holds the entire contents of my 40 gallon grey tank.
I can dump everything in one trip!


I second Lantley on this one. Have same 42 gallon Barker with pneumatic wheels. Had smaller Barker tank in the past, did not like it. I like being able to push/pull that tank, not have to lift one end of it.

Definitely nice to be able to empty your entire tank at once, too. Makes for a lot less chance of having a nasty mess to clean up, if no water is sitting in the hoses when you disconnect. [emoticon]


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I have a Barker 32 gallon 4 wheel unit, bought it for a 10 day beach stay when I had my previous trailer with 15 gallon tanks. Now that I have 39 gallon and 28 gallon tanks I probably won't need it again until I go full time and decide to go do extended boondocking trips. It worked very well other than the fact that the discharge hose was visibly worn after 3 uses. I already had the Rhino shorty hose in my wishlist so should I need it again I'll be ordering that.


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