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Old 05-15-2015, 06:34 PM   #1
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Red, White and Poo

I finally finished my Poo Tote carrier that mounts on that really red tube bumper/stinky slinky storage. Not seen in the photo is the arm that attaches to the front wheel assembly and can hook to the back of our toad for effortless transport. Don't tell Daimler Benz that we use their car for that.


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Old 05-15-2015, 07:13 PM   #2
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Duckogram, do you have any pics without the sewer tote in place? What size (gallons) is your tote.
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The tote is a Barker 4-Wheeler 25gal.

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Nice work, Duckogram. I was thinking about modifying a hand truck to mount on the bumper that way.
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Old 05-16-2015, 11:59 AM   #5
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Is that the way you store your motorhome? On it's side?


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Is that the way you store your motorhome? On it's side?
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Yes, it makes it easier to get at the bottom.

Actually, I have no idea how my attachments end up sideways and I dont know how to fix it???
Ill take all the help i can get.
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Are you using an iPhone to take pictures if so, it's the direction you are holding the camera ie the lens up down or side ways.
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Are you using an iPhone to take pictures if so, it's the direction you are holding the camera ie the lens up down or side ways.
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I don't understand what's False?
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Yes, it makes it easier to get at the bottom.
I was doubtful but I went out, and with a neighbors help, rolled our motorhome over onto it's side and dang if you weren't right.

I grabbed a wrench and reversed the CHF just because I could; and then, I put the links back in the inside holes in a quarter the time it took me to do it once lying on my back.

Dang Duck...You are the man!

Roll and geez am I happy with my new parking trick.
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