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Old 06-21-2016, 07:32 PM   #51
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Be careful of those roto cast outside bins. Water is heavy.
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Old 06-24-2016, 08:44 AM   #52
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Well to update this, I ended up buying a Camco 40431 RV Roof Vent Cover which has been installed - that was easy - and I ended up going with:

- SHURflo Model# 2088-594-154 - 198 GPH, 115 Volt, 1/2in.
- SHURflo 234-2926 1/2" FPT X 1/2" Barb Straight Swivel
- Prime PS010608 8-Feet 16/3 SJTW Replacement Power Supply Cord
- Camco 22743 TastePURE Drinking Water Hose (1/2"ID x 10') - Lead Free

My thinking is to use the 10' drinking hose and cut it in half. 5' on the inlet and 5' on the outlet. Since my water fill is in the rear, i will always be close by an outlet when camping or I can use an extension cord. But the Jug and water fill will also be close by.

Just to round out my purchase, I also ended up ordering:

- Camco 42593 Awning Anchor Kit with Pull Tension Strap
- 3 of Zenna Home 502S, Tension Shower Stall Rod, 26 to 40 Inch
- 2 of Camco 43981 Aluminum Screen Door Standard Grille
- Walex BIO-11530 Bio-Pak Natural Holding Tank Deodorizer and Waste Digester, (Pack of 10) < Do you prefer the Blue to Green Bag?


These things really start to add up.
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Old 06-25-2016, 01:04 AM   #53
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Yes it does but that's pretty much our set up and we are out at this moment using it. I really don't miss dumping jugs of water into the tank of our old TT. Initial cost hurts but it works great and takes away some of the labor which I'm always in favor of!
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Yes it does but that's pretty much our set up and we are out at this moment using it. I really don't miss dumping jugs of water into the tank of our old TT. Initial cost hurts but it works great and takes away some of the labor which I'm always in favor of!
Did you just mount yours to a block of wood?
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Yes I did and made a handle for it, also got a small plastic tub to store it. I haven't figured out how to post pics from my IPhone or I would have sent some pics of our set up.
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Yes I did and made a handle for it, also got a small plastic tub to store it. I haven't figured out how to post pics from my IPhone or I would have sent some pics of our set up.
Yeah I think I will do something similar.

And i uploaded those above by clicking on your User Name, go to Albums. Create new (if you dont have any) and then upload photos. Should be able to get the BBC code to post.
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