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Old 09-16-2010, 07:27 AM   #1
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Holding Tanks - Portable

I am looking for a holding tank (mom didn't know how small the grey onboard tank was and got a surprise on our last trip). Tot-N-Store has a 25 gal for $109.00 and Barker has a 22 gal for $102.00. Any experience with either brand or heard any stories about either? Any advise would be appreciated.
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I am looking for a holding tank (mom didn't know how small the grey onboard tank was and got a surprise on our last trip). Tot-N-Store has a 25 gal for $109.00 and Barker has a 22 gal for $102.00. Any experience with either brand or heard any stories about either? Any advise would be appreciated.
We have the Tote-N-Store 32 gallon model and are completely happy with it.

One word of caution, they all come with plastic wheels and must be towed to the dump station at very slow speeds; 5 mph or less. Here is a link to a mod to upgrade the tote to rubber wheels and a pretty neat way to carry it when traveling. RV.Net Open Roads Forum: Using one of them thar blue tote thingies?

We also saw a guy who strapped his tote to an appliance cart that had big wheels and he could tow that through the campground at normal speed (15 mph.) Also made it easier to tip the thing up on end to dump it.

Most folks tow their totes to the dump station with a car or whatever tow vehicle they have. This guy was a little more inventive:

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Ed where are you from. I have a 35 gal. brand new never used for sale 150.00 paid 260.00 Thetford. Ed
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