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Old 04-26-2016, 10:22 AM   #1
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Decisions, decisions........

So after reading some posts on holding tanks, I am in a bit of an indecisive moment.
When I install my grey tank, I haven't decided if I want a permanent one or a portable one.

Have many of you encountered a place where you didn't have hook ups at your site and had to use a satellite dump station? Having a 40' Pusher I don't want to have to fire up my bus every time I get to the capacity of 35 of a 45 gallon tank. A portable should be able to seal up and roll out right?

I could always just hook up directly to the site if it does have waste.

Thoughts??

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...or...just drain your fixed tank into a portable (?)
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...or...just drain your fixed tank into a portable (?)

That is an idea, but then I am carrying 2 tanks instead of one. And we all know there is the never ending battle for space in our buses.....
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