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Old 03-26-2012, 10:53 AM   #41
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Be careful, we are talking about Dry Camping here. In our motor home which had W/D, you could not run the W/D unless the gray drain was open. This prevents gray water from backing up into your washer when your gray water tank is full. I can't imagine what could potentially happen with gray and black system tied together. The smell from the kitchen sink could get nasty.
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I don't know about how RW does the tanks, but Alfa black water was toilet only and gray waa galley, washer and shower...The separation was to keep any black tank aromas from coming back into cabin areas...Yes I know our chemicals are supposed to take cre of that.
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Old 03-26-2012, 11:08 AM   #43
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I would be happy to have the ability to use the entire 90 gallons of gray tanks for bathing and washing dishes. Don't really want the black water mixed in there but the two gray's combined is a nice thought.
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John 317 we watch our tanks very closely and we are dry campers with electricity, we dump our tanks about 1 to 2 times a week the black tank is about every 2 weeks unless we need extra capacity one day.
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YesI have done this may times for customers,I have done this on all of my rigs in the past. I will have to to get my FL in my hands before i could tell you how it will work on the redwoods.
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Wonder if it is possible to have the factory in stall a larger tank to begin with
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I'll be watching for your instructions!
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from what i saw in Dave's pictures there is room for an additional tank at the rear but due weight distribution it probably cannot be done.
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Haven't done any dry camping yet, but can't you use a long dump hose and dump only the gray into the surrounding area or is that too nasty
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your grey water can smell worse than the black water not to mention in most states it is illegal to do that.
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