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Old 08-09-2007, 05:18 AM   #15
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I carry 2 to 4 of those 6-gallon cheapee Wal-Mart water containers ( just like the picture above ) depending on our trip and I have one of the least expensive RV water pumps mounted on a small piece of plywood, with a short pickup hose and a longer output hose. I can set the pump in the pickup bed, or just on the ground next to the water containers and pump to my hearts content. I power it with a cigarette lighter adapter from either the pickup or the 12-volt outlet in the water bay.
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Here we are! I got lost in the HEAT by the Snake River!!! It is HOT... so hot we have to move as I will not run the big gen set for hours!!!...

Thanks for all the replys... my water tank is forward, the kictehn is in the rear... I think I will get a drill pump as I have a cordless Makita... This is going to be the best way to go... will try it anyhow...

Now that I have found you guys... and girls... I have a million questions!!! All in due time...

You be well...

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