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Old 06-03-2012, 10:46 AM   #21
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On our unit we have a outlet where the gray and black converge to one pipe similar to yours. We also have a second gray tank that is located under our slide. When dumping we have to move the hose from the forward tanks to the rear tank. That is the reason we use the "Y" fitting.
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:55 AM   #22
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On our unit we have a outlet where the gray and black converge to one pipe similar to yours. We also have a second gray tank that is located under our slide. When dumping we have to move the hose from the forward tanks to the rear tank. That is the reason we use the "Y" fitting.

I have the same kind of set up -- how do you connect the y fitting?

a short hose from each outlet to the y and then to the sewer??

I would love to do that setup -- picture possible??

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Old 06-03-2012, 01:25 PM   #23
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We connect the "Y" at the CG sewer inlet. Run a long hose from the front tanks and a short hose from the rear. We have installed a shut off on the front hose in order to leave the gate open on the tank. Will try and get pictures later today.
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Old 06-03-2012, 04:34 PM   #24
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On our unit we have a outlet where the gray and black converge to one pipe similar to yours. We also have a second gray tank that is located under our slide. When dumping we have to move the hose from the forward tanks to the rear tank. That is the reason we use the "Y" fitting.
Sounds like you have a good setup for boondocking or dry camping with two gray water tanks, wish I had that problem. My gray water always fills up first with two I could drycamp 3 to 4 moew days before dumping.
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The front gray tank if for the bathroom sink and shower and the rear is for the galley sink.
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The front gray tank if for the bathroom sink and shower and the rear is for the galley sink.
Caper, thx for the info on how u set it up. I'd hafto pick another hose up might be worth it
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