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Old 06-17-2011, 11:35 AM   #1
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Portable Tote Storage Solutions

Does anyone have a storage solution for a portable waste tote tank besides putting it in the bed of my pick-up which is already full of stuff? Pictures would be welcome and thanks in advance for your solutions!

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there was post here with pics where they made a mount for under rig

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Old 06-17-2011, 12:24 PM   #3
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Most RV ladders are pretty flimsy, but could probably handle an empty portable waste tote.
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I carry and store mine in the basement of the 5er. I have only used it twice since I purchased this over four years ago. We usually use full hook-ups at most camp grounds.
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Mine is stored at Home. Only used it once or twice in like 20 years. Current rig has a pretty large holding tank, so we can go a week easily between black tank dumps, gray is a little different, but we usually manage.
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Old 06-17-2011, 06:01 PM   #6
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iv searched give it some time i think it is a mod. here basically they have a mount on one side the other side is a pin so when they go to store it you push it under trailer then raise the bar and your good. sorry for my bad description but there was lots of pics you can PM me ill try to go more
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On the ladder in the rear of my 5'er I have an 8' (closed) extention ladder and over that I have my 45 gallon Blue Boy. Ext. ladder tied on first then the tank is held on by the nylon straps and ratchets to tighten them. Both ladder and tank are attached to the RV ladder. All is well so far and I keep close check on it all.

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