I am very pleased with my setup. I have a Barker two wheel 26 gallon tank in the truck. Mostly it just sits on the tailgate as I pump into it. I went the cheap route on the tank since I knew it would never be used as a "tote". Also I didn't want the tank so large that it would be too much weight to tip up.
I have both a 25 and 50 foot 3/4 inch rubber hose that I could hook together if I needed to. I shopped around to be sure the fittings were also 3/4 inch. Many so called 3/4 inch hoses have 5/8 inch fittings. Obviously this hose is dedicated to this use only.
A nice feature of the pump is that there's a water inlet that will flush out the pump and hose when finished. It will actually suck from a pail if you don't have a water hookup.
I had to make up a set of ten gauge 25 foot extensions for the wiring. I decided against a hard wired solution and just use alligator clips.
With the pump setup, I can even run the hose into the basement toilet if I need to empty the tank while in my driveway.
I have used the same setup with two trailers now and it has worked just as I hoped. A nice, clean, no spill solution when you don't have a sewer hookup.
BTW.... Yes, it is a Flojet
Hope this helps.