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Old 05-11-2012, 10:33 PM   #221
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Re: 1974 Model 05 Silver Eagle

I have a macerator, I have a garbage disposal, I have a pressure washer-- what the heck is a trash pump? Thanks for edjukatn me
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Old 05-12-2012, 11:28 AM   #222
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A macerator.
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Old 05-12-2012, 01:12 PM   #223
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Yup.
http://www.harborfreight.com/3-full-tra ... 68370.html
They don't chop chop, but they will pump semi-solids.
official gooberment nomenclature; effluent relocation facilitator mechanism.
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Old 05-12-2012, 01:22 PM   #224
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Re: 1974 Model 05 Silver Eagle

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Yup.
http://www.harborfreight.com/3-full-tra ... 68370.html
They don't chop chop, but they will pump semi-solids.
official gooberment nomenclature; effluent relocation facilitator mechanism.

I would dig a hole about 2 feet and throw some stone in it. If you had to you could build a incinerator to burn trash and waste water. incinolet builds a toliet or you could make or buy a seperate unit


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Old 05-14-2012, 08:03 AM   #225
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I sometimes stay at campgrounds which don't have a dump station, and while there may be one in the area, it is too far to travel or roads are too rough if towing one of those blue tote or turd tanks. My length of stay would require me to empty my holding tanks, but would not be so long that creating a gray water drainage pit or setting up something like a composting or incinerating toilet are worth my trouble. Otherwise, I'd say those are all good options.

For those with macerators, are you filling a waste tank in the back of a pickup truck? If so, what make and model of pump are you using, how much lift/head can it produce? Any other details are welcome.

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Old 05-14-2012, 10:11 AM   #226
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i have a harbor freight sump pump that i use when pumping water out of holes i dig to put septic tanks in - if there is water when i get down that far.. i think it would work great to hook up in line after the large garbage disposal unit from the black tank.. (then one could get one of those 250' plastic pipes that attach to this sump pump and run it over to the neighbors field.... )
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Old 05-31-2012, 01:57 PM   #227
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Re: 1974 Model 05 Silver Eagle

back to the Bus topix..now that I have some free time on my hands,and money rollin in one agian ,I wrote up a wireing diagram.

The system would consit of 4 main parts:

1.Magnum Energy ME-AGS Automatic Generator Start Controllers
http://www.solar-electric.com/maenmeaugest.html
( I would buy the controller , the ME-AGS-N and use remote panel ME-ARC remote.

the reason I would do this, my bus is 100% off grid, and when running the A/C in summer I want the generator to shut off when the A/C shuts off. The ME-arc remote allows me to start and stop the generator based on a few factors including coach temp.

Next part of system:

2. PowerMax 50 Amp Automatic AC Transfer Switch 50 Amp
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(this is to auto switch from shore power or in my case my inverter or honda eu1000.. Say the honda 1000 is running I'm watching tv. the coach reaches my set temp of 80degree. the controller starts the 4000 watt generatror and this auto transfer switch will switch in 30 seconds from the honda to the 4000 watt generator tuning the A/C on.) follow me?

Next part of system:

3. Midnite Solar 60 Amp 240 Volt Dual AC Transfer Switch
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(manual switch used to switch from inverter or honda generator)

4. Regulated Battery Charger
http://www.solar-electric.com/bach2.html

So what do you think? could it work? I'll tell you my A/C system design next
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Old 08-27-2012, 10:08 PM   #228
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Not to much work on the bus going on. The paint has taken a long time. still trying to shoot it on before i move to the interior /kitchen. still at Prime INC. I'v been to florida to claifornia to upstate NY , and everywhere inbetween . i look forward to getting home to roswell in the next few weeks to try and finish the paint up. I will have 3 days to get her done. I may hire some help to help with taping the windows off etc , i have to get this done.
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:23 AM   #229
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Not much progress in the last 9 months, been slammin a 10speed all over the country. I nominated myself to work thru christmas so I plan to get back to the bus and do some work the second week in january. if its nice in new mexico and not windy ...I'll shoot some paint, or if its colsd I'll focus on the front and do some work to the kitchen.
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good to hear the job is still working out for you, any new interesting stories
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