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Old 06-01-2012, 03:18 PM   #101
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Here's a shot of the outboard valve installation on the 36RLin order to combine the two 45 gallon tanks...

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Old 06-01-2012, 04:26 PM   #102
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I purchased a shurflo pump, bayonet hookup, for my Father-in-Law's travel trailer. It works great. He pumps uphll, 100 feet on a 30 degree angle, takes no more than 2 minutes to empty his tank. It has a flush valve connector to flush the pump and hose. He has used it for 3 years at his campsite in NC. I purchased a 100 ft of flexible hose for him from Home Depot. I am thinking about purchasing one for our Redwood.
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