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Old 07-15-2019, 12:01 PM   #1
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Stinky Side of Life Again

Has any one tried this device? I read a lot of old posts on the stinky side of life, but found nothing like it.

https://www.amazon.com/BAL-28802-Dum.../dp/B00CD94VJ2

On first thought it seemed to be a great new idea. Unfortunately my rig has separate gray and black dump fittings. The TT axle is in between.

I would need two and there is no room for one behind the gray dump. Now I am thinking longitudinal mounting of slinky storage instead of cross frame mounting.

Any ideas?
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We keep to sewer hoses in the bumper and a short one in a plastic tote with the bridge and connectors.
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I use a Sewer Solution for emptying my tanks. The 3” slinky hoses are terrible in comparison. Can be flushed out easily after each use so much cleaner to handle. I don’t know anyone who has tried one that went back to the dark ages.
There are also 120 volt macerater pumps that also work really well.
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Thank you for your answers.

I know of may different ways to empty waste tanks. I would like to know if you or anyone has actual experience with the DumpCaddy shown in the above Amazon link.

Thanks again.
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I guess it would work with some modification. It is shown attaching THROUGH a hole in the bottom of a motorhome compartment but most travel trailers have just the sewer pipe hanging underneath. If you found a way to attach it I see no reason it wouldn't work but it also seems to be an answer for a problem that does not exist. And in your case having to buy two of them? I can think of a better way to spend a couple hundred.
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