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Old 06-05-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
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Barker waste tote

DW and I are going to be spending July in Texas with no sewer hook ups. She can fill up our 60 gallon gray tank in two days and I hate breaking camp to go to the dump station so I decided to get a tote. Went with 42 gallon so I can't overfill the tote with the contents of my 40 gallon black tank.

Decided on a Barker as they seem to be of best quality. Researched the mods on how to replace original plastic wheels with pneumatics for easier tow and less noise. Ordered tank from rvexit on eBay Friday and rounded up wheels etc. for mods over last couple of days.

Got home today and tote was on the front porch, much quicker than I had anticipated for such a large package. Noticed a big sticker on one end of the box that said "New and Improved. Now comes with 10" and 6" pneumatic wheels for easier and quieter towing".

I bought a Barker product because I have heard of their great customer service and made in USA. I now state they do a great job of paying attention to customer needs. One less project for me and $40 back in my pocket! Not often do you now get more than you expect when making a purchase. Tote just fits in the trunk of the Saturn toad as well with the back seats down. I'm a happy camper.

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Old 06-06-2013, 07:41 PM   #2
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