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Old 08-22-2013, 06:44 PM   #15
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Mark,

Thanks and I look forward to your report. I wish they still made the GEO Tracker or the Suzuki Samuri. A real loss for the motorhome community. We went and looked at several hoping to find one we were willing to buy.
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Old 08-23-2013, 06:12 AM   #16
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Thanks and I look forward to your report. I wish they still made the GEO Tracker or the Suzuki Samuri. A real loss for the motorhome community. We went and looked at several hoping to find one we were willing to buy.
Sort of off topic but I did take into consideration if the tank would fit in the back of the Tracker

I agree. They are a nice, towable small car. It is hard to believe the auto industry has not come up with a replacement. It could also be an affordable competition for the IMHO overpriced Wranglers. Made in the USA would be nice too (North American Geo Trackers back then were made in Canada, close enough).

Ours was kind of a fluke. A guy we know drove past the house with it. He bought it from a neighbor that, guess what, towed it behind his RV. Base plate and wiring in place. Next thing I know he sold it to the guy who owned the marina across the street from us. It sat there for months. I finally asked him if he would sell it and sure enough we got it for a song. Right now it is in the shop being painted to change it from the strange green color to match the RV. If it ever gets done I will post pics of it.
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I have seen the Tote in action, with all associated intricacies, joys and foibles. I drive to the dump station. Not that big of a deal in comparison.

Drop the hose and cord, raise the jacks and go get it done. Easy-peasy!

And one less thing to rinse and store....or strap to the roof ladder? Nonono!
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Some great ideas coming together here. Now I am thinking a larger tote for grey and smaller pillow type for black both in the pickup with a good macerator pump. Possibly find a good price on a pump on Ebay....
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Some great ideas coming together here. Now I am thinking a larger tote for grey and smaller pillow type for black both in the pickup with a good macerator pump. Possibly find a good price on a pump on Ebay....
Just make sure the pillow tank is heavy duty. The one we bought looks to be extremely durable. I sure would not want a leak. I plan to fill it at home with clean water to pre-test it to make sure there are no surprises.
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