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dougrainer

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Posted: 08/26/21 07:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

theoldwizard1 wrote:

Thinking about getting back into Raving. Two things I don't want in a new RV are propane and a black water tank. There are much better alternatives that provide the same functionality at lower cost or at least less maintenance.


He actually has 3 things from a previous post. He forgot to add. He also will never have a Diesel Motorhome. But, I would really like to know what the Alternative is to a BLACK TANK[emoticon] Doug

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I think what I'll do is keep my Norcold(works fine...sometimes too fine), keep the black water tank. Go camping and let the solar keep the batteries up. Cook my biscuits in the oven, perc. the coffee on the stove. I'll check back in when all this is sorted out and when I am forced to change over.........I will.


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2013 GMC 2500HD Duramax Denali. 2015 CreekSide 20fq w/450 watts solar and 465 amp/hour of batteries. Retired and living the dream!

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