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Old 04-18-2007, 11:24 AM   #1
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Holy Smokes! Any bobdy know where to get a GOOD deal on one these portable tanks? I am interested in something at least 15gal, prefer 20+ gal. I have found locally anywhere from $100 - almost $200! WOW!! I would like one with the hitch hook to pull it to the dump station. Kinda lazy that way...

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Old 04-18-2007, 11:24 AM   #2
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Holy Smokes! Any bobdy know where to get a GOOD deal on one these portable tanks? I am interested in something at least 15gal, prefer 20+ gal. I have found locally anywhere from $100 - almost $200! WOW!! I would like one with the hitch hook to pull it to the dump station. Kinda lazy that way...

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Old 04-18-2007, 02:14 PM   #3
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i got mine from camping world bout 9 years ago . it has a arm that attatches to the hitch on the bumper but i would never pull it mre than about 5,ph, them little wheels dont have bearings. they just sort of roll on a shaft.
i think i paid about 100 back then.\
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Old 04-20-2007, 05:52 PM   #4
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I have a 4 wheeler Tote Tank left over from my pop up days that I would entertain offers on. I agree that they should not be towed over 5 mph, and watch the bumps. That tow handle only sits over the hitch ball and can pop off easily.
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Old 04-20-2007, 06:25 PM   #5
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i had just went to camping world today they had 12gal was 62bucks 22gal is 150.00 and 27gal was around 200.00, i went and got one myself
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I have a gray one from our pop-up days. I will change it out for a 4 wheeled one. That thing gets heavy fast! I tell anyone, if you are going to get one, get a 4 wheeled one. Yes they cost more, but you would be amazed at how heavy a tote gets. Mine is either 25 or 32 gal (can't remember and it's dark out, so I ain't looking). And somehow, I always seem to have to pull the thing up an incline in order to hook it up to the Jeep .
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Motorized tank...

I think a tank with larger wheels and a motor would be a worthy invention. No towing...ha Joe
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Old 03-03-2010, 03:28 PM   #8
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I picked up the 32gl 4wheeler tote tank from JC Whitney for under two bills. It has the hitch handle on it.

I was thinking of putting drive motor on it. But decided this was a good excuse to get a good ol' fashion mini bike and just gear it real low.
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We picked up a 18 gallon model, with a built in hose from CampingWorld. It's nice to have around. We bought it before they added the big plastic handle and it was around $80. I see they've added that handle and jacked the price way up!
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