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Old 03-07-2014, 03:03 AM   #15
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For those that talk about getting water from rivers. lakes. ponds, etc, I hope you also carry some type water purifaction.

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I use the winterizing hose and place it in the container and feed the unit using the 12volt pump. Never have to put water in the fresh tank and water available on demand.
any large mouth container does the trick.

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Don't forget your blue boy tank as what goes in must come out !

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