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Old 10-18-2013, 05:35 PM
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Been camping for many years....Never haul a Trailer full of Water but I see some that do. Hard on the trailer and pulling 800 lbs for nothing cost more fuel as well. Of course the other tanks are empty until you set camper up and run the water threw for waste and gray water. Most often if water is at campsite or campgrounds you never load the tanks at all and empty when you leave at a dump Station. If your on a hunting trip in the woods you wound need to fill water tank before you leave. 100 gallons of water is most full tanks...would be an extra 800Lbs. The 100 gallons of water would go to waste & gray water tanks after using the fresh water still being 800 lbs max. Some Fifth wheels have 200 gallon water tanks and that would be about 1600 lbs extra if Filling tank in transit. Most Campers Pull with water tank empty. I always empty the gray water and waste tanks when leaving to include excess fresh water if any is left.

RV's is about the only ones who have fresh water tank full and in use while in transit.

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