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Old 10-15-2014, 08:23 AM   #11
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Even if you have a 50 gallon tank your only talking about the weight of 2 adults in the mix so its not as much as you think. Now if your sized wrong and you can barely tow the rig. ya 400 lbs is a big deal. I only have a 40 gal so its only 320 for me and I dont notice the difference in my set up.

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Old 10-15-2014, 08:56 AM   #12
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I usually travel with enough water to flush the toilet if needed and that's all. I do carry a couple of empty water jugs that I can fill when I get to my destination incase a hose will not reach from the trailer to the spigot. Some of these music festival's have locations to get water at least the couple I went to did. Getting the water from the jugs to the tank use a drill pump hooked up to a rechargeable drill. If your there for more than a couple of days your going to need more water anyway. Also have you a blue tank for dumping your grey and black tanks. Outside shower is helpful to keep this to a min.

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