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Old 04-14-2015, 02:17 AM   #11
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We use the adapter that came with A-Frame and an Aquatainer for grey water. Here we have two cover sizes for using directly to the campground sewer thereby avoiding putting the trailer's hose in it.
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Old 04-14-2015, 02:23 AM   #12
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Spouse changed the connection slightly by adding a vent to the grey water Aquatainer grey water connector to facilitate a faster drain and avoiding the times we've had to "burp" the hose line for better drainage. No problems with it since the vent was added.
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Old 04-14-2015, 07:48 AM   #13
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I particularly like the way the hose is color coordinated with the Aquatainer, Handbuilder.
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Old 04-14-2015, 07:56 AM   #14
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BTW, trailergirl. If you don't generate much grey water, Relaince has a less bulky 4 gallon Aquatainer. That is what I normally use. Since I do my dishes outside, like the tent campers, I sometimes have no more than a gallon of waste water on a weekend.
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Lol, Tom! That's a good one. It definitely wasn't purposeful! Haha

I do want to replace my 50 ft water hose for two 25 foot hoses....maybe I better coordinate those...hee.
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Old 04-14-2015, 02:34 PM   #16
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Thanks everyone, I ordered the adapter suggest and it should be here next week. I'm also planning on getting the adapter below for when I'm at a site with sewer. Click image for larger version

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I do want to replace my 50 ft water hose for two 25 foot hoses....maybe I better coordinate those...hee.
I already did that part. My hoses are white and flat when not in use.
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I also received an adapter from the dealer at the time I bought my A122S. I took it to the hardware store, found a hose that attached to it snugly, put it on the trailer and ran it to bucket initially. I was emptying that too often, so I took my old spare drain tank with the wheels on one end, put it under the trailer, and ran the drain hose into it. That will collect about a week's worth of water. When it's full, I hook it on the truck trailer hitch, tow it to the dump station, and let it go. No muss, no fuss!
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Old 05-11-2015, 09:17 PM   #19
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My hookup

I finally tested my water hookup today for the sink. Couldn't figure why the water wouldn't flow after I lifted the faucet handle. Then I accidentally twisted the handle and the flow began. The dealer didn't show this when I picked it up because water wasn't in the tank, because of the thread of freezing weather still. I'm really happy with the grey water tank hookup. The hose was supplied in the free goodie bag received from the dealer. I added a brass quick disconnect to the semi-transparent grey water tank. Being brass, it was easy to cut new threads into the tank, as the threads were different.
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Nice setup, Don.
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