Holding Tanks 287BHSS
Quick question. Thinking of getting a tank tote for when we camp for long periods without sewer at the site. Trying to figure out what size to get.
Brochure for the 2018 287BHSS says gray tank is 60 gallons and black tank is 30 gallons. Fine.
BUT, there are two gray tank drains, which would indicate there are two gray tanks. One is the galley drain/tank up front, presumably only linked to the kitchen sink, and the other is in the back with the black tank drain, assuming it is for the rear bath sink, shower, and I'm guessing outside kitchen sink.
Question is, what size is each gray tank? I am trying to make sure that the tote I buy is slightly larger than the largest tank I would need to drain.
I could assume that the 60 gallon figure is split evenly between two 30 gallon tanks, but that wouldn't be logical considering the difference in the number of fixtures it is servicing.
Either way, I could simply drain the tanks before they are full, but to play it safe, I'd rather know the numbers.
Anyone know for sure?
Also, I am considering the Rhino 32Gal tote tank. Any better advice?
Thanks for any help.
2018 Surveyor 287BHSS
2006 GMC Sierra 1500