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Old 04-19-2015, 06:42 PM   #11
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Dan,

Thanks for the link, I will be getting that stuff this weekend.
Yep. I am going to do this also. Thanks Dan.
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Old 04-20-2015, 07:36 AM   #12
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I have attached a link to my conversion to a single outlet with dual waste
gates. The cost was less than $50 and took less than an hour for a
reasonably competent person. You can get the waste gate from amazon.

Amazon.com: Valterra T18 3" Hub x 1-1/2" Hub x 3" Bay with Cap Rotating San Tee Double Valve Assembly: Automotive


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HW296 plumbing MOD
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Old 04-20-2015, 07:47 PM   #13
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Thumbs up Just made my camping easier.

[QUOTE=ColoradoRick;839889]Since my trailer has three tanks (one black and two gray), I use these for the gray going to the kitchen (the others are combined into one sewer drain). I just run an old garden hose from the gray to the sewer head. This may be an option for you.


Great idea. I have a separate gray for the galley. I have been using the standard sewer hose and using a Y connector to connect to the other gray/black hose and then to the site dump hole. Now I can save time by using this type of cap and one of my extra sewer hoses to drain the galley. Thanks for the tip.
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