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Old 07-10-2015, 06:40 AM   #71
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So sorry, I just can't resist asking....is that a simile ??

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Dan, I will leave that interpetation to you but I will add, Well Done.
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Old 07-10-2015, 07:06 AM   #72
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CABELAS???? Never knew they had that avail. We have one up near Austin that I will have to check out. Besides walking thru their store is better than any Wal-Mart I've been in.
I don't think the one near Austin has that.
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Old 07-10-2015, 07:35 AM   #73
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I don't think the one near Austin has that.
It may not, I've read not all Cabela's have the dump stations.
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Yes... How'd you guess.....?

Regardless of who is in front of you, take a break and be patient and considerate of others... Otherwise everything in life is painful for YOU.

I probably was that guy that took too long making a turn, and you had too wait till the next light... I am the one that picked up the only item in the store that didn't have a bar code, and you had to wait for the price check... I'll probably be the one that is in front of you at the pearly gates and they have to read off all the reasons why I should have been excluded because of how I made Dan wait for everything in life, and then let me in the gate anyway, because I had other qualities that made my transgressions inconsequential.... Now that I think about it, that might be the worst purgatory that someone like you would have to suffer, so I'll just apologize now...

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I won't worry about meeting you in heaven because they have a special place in hell for you
and for all the people like you who think they are special and everyone else should wait for them.
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Let's stop the personal attacks and get back on the subject, please.
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Old 07-10-2015, 11:09 AM   #77
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Let's stop the personal attacks and get back on the subject, please.
Scott with only 61 post you may not have fine tuned your reading here on such a delicate matter as draining your tanks. Look up the word Sarcasm. Doesn't always have to be mean spirited but often funny!

Now back to timing your dumps boys!
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I wonder if these timing estimates are like fish stories.....not exactly the truth.

Maybe this should become a competition....WITH videos

Time starts when the drivers foot hits the ground.
Time stops when they re-enter the coach.
Then I think we need both Singles and Doubles (when you assist the DW) categories.
Then for those with the big families, should there be a team category....would your kids really help

Lastly we need the "Unlimited" category. This would allow vacuum/pressure assisted draining and high pressure tank flushing (unlimited PSI). Proper safety equipment must be worn if explosives are used and debris must be contained within a 50ft radius of the sewer connection.

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About 5 minutes is all i spend draining tanks.


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Reminds me of the Christmas Story when to Dad times how long it takes him to change the tire.
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I'm not going to bash comments or be long winded, 10 to 15 minutes and done.
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I wonder if these timing estimates are like fish stories.....not exactly the truth.

Maybe this should become a competition....WITH videos

Time starts when the drivers foot hits the ground.
Time stops when they re-enter the coach.
Then I think we need both Singles and Doubles (when you assist the DW) categories.
Then for those with the big families, should there be a team category....would your kids really help

Lastly we need the "Unlimited" category. This would allow vacuum/pressure assisted draining and high pressure tank flushing (unlimited PSI). Proper safety equipment must be worn if explosives are used and debris must be contained within a 50ft radius of the sewer connection.

Regards,

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I'm a newbie and adding mods for our upcoming 3,000+ mile trip. First I bought one of those wand thingies, but bought a Camco Tornado which I will install as soon as I get my black tank cleaned out. Any advice here?
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I'm a newbie and adding mods for our upcoming 3,000+ mile trip. First I bought one of those wand thingies, but bought a Camco Tornado which I will install as soon as I get my black tank cleaned out. Any advice here?
My advice is to be considerate and use the gadgets at home or anytime that people aren't waiting on you to finish up at the dumps station.
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