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Old 06-16-2015, 01:39 PM   #1
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Grey Water Tank

i am looking to increase the size of my grey water tank, has anyone done this and are there any complications to perform this, also is it feasible to just replace with a larger tank or add a second tank?

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On what?
Motorhome, Travel Trailer??
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If you don't have an enclosed underside, get under there and see if there is any room. If there is, measure and see what might fit.
There are certainly bigger tanks, but finding the right one and actually installing it is a little more challenging.
Personally, I would just go buy a "honey wagon". Will be cheaper and easier and let's you empty either tank.
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I agree with the "honey wagon" idea, you can buy a nice one at CW for $250-$350 depending on the size. They have wheels so you can take it to the CG dump station, and you could also use it at home thru your main drain cleanout if you needed to. Much cheaper and more usability.
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Old 06-16-2015, 02:46 PM   #6
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Thanks everyone I appreciate the input, I think I will purchase a "honey wagon" it seems to be the most practical at this point.
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RVs are generally built around the tanks. They use every inch of space. I would say that generally you cannot add bigger tanks.
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If your black tank is empty, you may be able to transfer gray water to the black tank.
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