Question for the A frame camper

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  1. popin it up

    popin it up New Member

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    I myself have a regular pop up. My father in law has a brand new flagstaff A frame pop up. Any suggestions/photos on where to carry the grey tank?
     
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    I have a little 6 gallon gray tank. It travels inside the door, as it's one of the first things out at setup along with the BAL leveler. It seals well, so no odd smells or anything.

    It will depend on how large the tank is, and how its dimensions match the camper interior.
     
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    you mean a portable grew water tanks, not blackwater.

    If the Aliner had/has a sink, the answer should be in the Flagstaff A-Frame itself (as it was for our 2003 itsy bitsy Aliner Scout).

    Except a Pinterst post suggests that the grey water container is all on the owner to deal with
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/464363411549090133/
    so the PORTABLE grey water tank could go inside the camper or inside the tow vehicle.
     
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    We started with ours underneath the dinette seats with the idea of keeping it out of the way. But that turned into a pain because (as noted by A-Ranger12) it's one of the first things we set up.

    In our trailer (Aliner Expedition), the table top can be set vertically do form a corral (fenced in area) out of the legroom in the dinette. We carry the our gray water container in there.
     
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    I carry mine in my pickup.
     
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    We carry ours in the truck bed too.

    Happy Camping...[ALPU][PUT]
     
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    We have an Aliner Classic. We carry two of the 6 gallon barker blue tanks strapped to the back bumper with heavy duty velcro straps, one on each side of the spare, 2 straps per tank.
     
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    sleach A short run will get you within walking distance.

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    Our gray water receptacle is a gray (how fortuitous!) 6 gallon Reliance water jug. It travels in the front storage bunker, with the hose inside. With our previous trailer it rode on the front frame, between the batts box and propane tanks.

    House rule: anytime you go near the jug, give it a shake, and empty if over half full. If in an organized campground we dump in the vault privy, or designated spot. I take a couple of paper towels along to clean up any minor spill. If boondocking- most of our trips- we haul the jug at least 100 yards from the site, and well away from any water or drain area. I like to dump the jug in the middle of a clump of juniper or other dense bushes so other folks won't be walking in it
     
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