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We have a rear kitchen so it has it's own grey tank with the other up front for the shower/bathroom sink. So 3 tanks to dump when it comes time and I have to pull forward about 15' to get to the third.


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Fisher Bill wrote:

We have a rear kitchen so it has it's own grey tank with the other up front for the shower/bathroom sink. So 3 tanks to dump when it comes time and I have to pull forward about 15' to get to the third.


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My Winnebago 5th wheel has two greys. We have a rear kitchen with the shower/bath sink on other end of the trailer. The handle for the kitchen tank is near the rear of the trailer while the handles for the other grey and black tanks are together near hose connections and main drain.


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Fisher Bill wrote:

We have a rear kitchen so it has it's own grey tank with the other up front for the shower/bathroom sink. So 3 tanks to dump when it comes time and I have to pull forward about 15' to get to the third.


So they are not all plumbed together? I too have three tanks in similar configuration as yours (1 grey rear of trailer, 1 grey, 1 black near front) but they are all plumbed to a single dump connection in the center of the trailer.

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So they are not all plumbed together? I too have three tanks in similar configuration as yours (1 grey rear of trailer, 1 grey, 1 black near front) but they are all plumbed to a single dump connection in the center of the trailer.


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So they are not all plumbed together? I too have three tanks in similar configuration as yours (1 grey rear of trailer, 1 grey, 1 black near front) but they are all plumbed to a single dump connection in the center of the trailer.

Not at all uncommon. Mine is the same way except reversed. Black & grey at rear and another grey at the front. All to one dump valve. The 3" and 4" are joined just before the dump valve.
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RickLight wrote:

mileshuff wrote:

So they are not all plumbed together? I too have three tanks in similar configuration as yours (1 grey rear of trailer, 1 grey, 1 black near front) but they are all plumbed to a single dump connection in the center of the trailer.


You got luck, or smart. What rig?


I have a 2014 Winnebago Lite Five 26FWRKS. Best trailer I've ever owned.

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