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Old 10-16-2016, 07:46 PM   #15
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Who would think to look way up there! It is just Kitchen sink and clothes washer tank.

It is a cable gate so everything is sealed in it. It has a rubber o-ring over the rod.
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That is an accident waiting to happen.
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That is an accident waiting to happen.
No different than main sewer dump behind the rear wheels low to the ground subjected to road hazards and rocks that I see regularly leaking going down the road. Rather have sink and clothes water than poop. Worse case the gate handle gets broke off no leakage.
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No different than main sewer dump behind the rear wheels low to the ground subjected to road hazards and rocks that I see regularly leaking going down the road. Rather have sink and clothes water than poop. Worse case the gate handle gets broke off no leakage.
My sewer outlet and cables are in front of the axles.
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My sewer outlet and cables are in front of the axles.
Many are in the rear. Saw two leaking today in the rear going down the road. My mains are up front too.
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My sewer outlet and cables are in front of the axles.
Do you hold 92 gallons of water and have two grey and one black water tank? I think any that have 3 or 4 tanks to dump have at least one behind the axles.
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Do you hold 92 gallons of water and have two grey and one black water tank? I think any that have 3 or 4 tanks to dump have at least one behind the axles.
My Excel has 80 gal fresh, 60 gal grey (single), 40 gal black.
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Our rear one (galley) is a cable pull and it passes thru the enclosure under the bottom of the trailer. I just keep the cable we'll lubed. The valve itself does not get road debris on it.


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Our '14 High County has the galley valve just before the front tire. Stupid place to put it in my opinion. We also have a 2nd Black Tank button. I think Keystone uses one panel for most models.
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Our rear one (galley) is a cable pull and it passes thru the enclosure under the bottom of the trailer. I just keep the cable we'll lubed. The valve itself does not get road debris on it.


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