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Old 08-01-2021, 12:45 PM   #1
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Carry Honey Wagon

Suggestions for carrying our sewer wagon other than in the bed of our truck. We have a 2016 23’ FB Cloud.
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Old 08-01-2021, 12:46 PM   #2
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In the bed of your truck would be my suggestion.
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Old 08-01-2021, 01:03 PM   #3
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Well, let's see:

1) Inside the trailer ..... nope

2) Inside the truck .... nope

3) tow behind the trailer .... nope

4) Roof of the trailer .... nope, too high

5) Roof of the truck ... maybe

6) On rack on top of a soft cover on the truck .... maybe

7) Front bumper hitch on the truck ..... bonus points if you post a picture

Not a lot of options.

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Old 08-01-2021, 01:14 PM   #4
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Hi

Well, let's see:

1) Inside the trailer ..... nope

2) Inside the truck .... nope

3) tow behind the trailer .... nope

4) Roof of the trailer .... nope, too high

5) Roof of the truck ... maybe

6) On rack on top of a soft cover on the truck .... maybe

7) Front bumper hitch on the truck ..... bonus points if you post a picture

Not a lot of options.

Bob


8) Bed of Golf Cart ...yup


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Old 08-01-2021, 01:30 PM   #5
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We have an SUV so no truck bed. I considered finding a place behind the LP tanks but was afraid it would work loose and either damage the front of the AS or fall off and cause damage.

So we carry ours inside the AS. When stopped it goes outside and stays there until we are ready to go. If just an overnight, no problem, just load it up again. If we stay for a while and have to use it then it needs to be prepped before traveling. At the dump station I rinse it very well, inside and out. I take it back to the site in the back of the SUV, rear window open. At the site I put it in the sun until it's dry, then I put about a half cup of bleach in the tank, put the cap on and slosh it around.

We've not had any problems with smells even with the tank inside during storage.
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Old 08-01-2021, 02:46 PM   #6
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We have a 2020 23FB FC with a 10 gal blue boy bungeed on top of a storage bin from Harbor Freight on top of the battery box. Well secured behind the propane tank cover.
But... we have never used it because I have a 5 gallon bucket from HD that we use to dump water from a fold up kitchen sink, and have not stayed more than 4 nights in one place, so the gray tank has not filled up.
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Old 08-01-2021, 03:08 PM   #7
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I bought one 2 years ago, and it hasn't been used yet. We have a 30 ft and about 50+ fresh We can go 4-5 days and if we are longer then take the trailer to the dump station and set back up, 1.5 hours return all done. Seems a better choice to me......
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Old 08-01-2021, 04:49 PM   #8
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I have a honey wagon as well; 30 gallon. I used it mostly at home to dump and then take it to our septic system. I don’t use it now because I have a dump station in my new garage. They aren’t that heavy. I just put in bed of pickup. Really the only place for it.

I also have a hitch that I can hook it up to if I would need to drag it to a dump station.

The biggest problem with these honey wagons is they don’t sit low enough for the Airstream. Soo…I would have to hook up to a macerator and run the hose into the wagon. I haven’t done it yet. But may have a chance to try it in September when we camp without full hookups.
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