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Old 09-26-2007, 02:53 AM   #1
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Default How To Drain an RV Sewage Tank

How To Drain an RV Sewage Tank - Very funny

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Old 11-13-2007, 08:34 PM   #2
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Default visualize this crap!

Unfortunately these 2 emptying techniques didnt get filmed,but imagine...

I pulled into a bank america parking lot. The side walk was higher than the street and the parking lot. My tank bottomed on the sidewalk and disconnected the tank. I heard someone scream and when I looked into my rearview,I saw flood of feces pouring out a 3 inch diameter opening and all spreading rapidly. Speaking of rapidly,thats what I did as I continued out of the lot and down the street through town making my getaway. It still poured out enough for about a mile to been noticible,so I was driving from stop sign to stopsign repeating left turns then a right hoping to confuse anyone following my trail. Assuming they couldnt see me or smell their way to me. I did get away.
In the parking lot,it dumped right where everyone walks into the bank.
I revisited the scene after hours and it was a sight/smell to behold!

About a week or so later and alot more feces build up in store,I was traveling down the freeway,and I guess that loose spot had separated enough to open while at freeway speed.
How I noticed it was that drivers would pass me yelling ,screaming etc
I just shruged my shoulder and verbalized through my closed window "no habla"...Well it just meant I didnt have to find a dump site now for anothr few days.

Well those were the old days,never want that pressure again.
Econoline 350 Coachmen Van camper 4x4 fully self contained production conversion. 19 ft out 14 ft in
(shoulda got a slide installed..cramped!)
8-10 mpg

01 Rexhal Class A V10 32 ft 2 slides
10-11 mpg
(not cramped)
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