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Old 04-30-2016, 09:50 PM   #1
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Water need water

Looking to add a water bladder to supplement our fresh water tank. We are looking at 60 gal. bladders. Looking for some recommendations for types, brands, and places to purchase. We will be using 12V pump. From a storage aspect, we don't want to use barrels or drums.
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Old 04-30-2016, 10:08 PM   #2
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We camp for 2 weeks at a time in state parks w/electric-only connections. To fetch FW I purchased a 45 gallon water bladder from CW. I fill it on top of my PU cab/fiberglass cap so that it gravity-feeds my TT FW tank when I return from the FW spigot. When not in use it folds-up & only uses about 1 cu. ft. of space inside a tub:

Portable RV Fresh Water Tank: 45 Gallon - New World CW1605 - Fresh Water Tanks - Camping World

For dumping grey water I purchased a 48 gallon Barker waste tote. Having both means I do not need to find sites next to a FW spigot or break-up camp to dump.

BTW I once setup camp at a SP before realizing I had not stopped to fill-up or FW tank. Fortunately wonderful camping neighbors stringed all of their FW hoses together so that I did not have to move my TT. If someone needs to borrow my FW tank or waste tote I am quick to return the favor.
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