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Old 12-21-2011, 10:23 AM   #1
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That was a great write up, I happen to pu a commercial grade macerator pump that was for a very upgraded Motorhome it has like a full size 110 motor that runs on 12volt and I pumped up hill for 100 feet and do not know what it is capable of doing. BUT too big to carry in the 5th so I use it at home to dump to the septic through a clean out.

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You're absolutely right! Now if we could only figure out how to get that thing to work on 12 VDC
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You're absolutely right! Now if we could only figure out how to get that thing to work on 12 VDC
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