Tote-N-Stor or Tote-Along Wanted

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  1. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Not for me, I have one, it's for a friend .. does anyone know of any for sale in the UK .. ? Any size considered

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    Yeah right!!!!!!!!:Eeek: Have you seen the price of those 4 wheel ones?:Eeek:
    In my best Tobermory guise, I found an abandoned golf bag trolley (honest) and cut it up to make a pull along, wheeled handle for the front end.:thumb:
    Cost begger all and has the added benefit of one less daft wooly jumper out in the countryside cos he's too portly to carry his "bats"!:Rofl1:
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Aint cheap .. bout £180 imported from the States.. :Eeek:

    I got mine from fleaby about two years ago for £60 .. maybe I'll find one on Sat at P'borough .... under an RV .. :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    I have 18 gal 4 wheel tote minus cap(lost down sewer on first use) little used, currently residing under static caravan in France as I decided it was too big and cumbersome to use whilst touring.I will be back in Lancs in July but will only have tote with me if somebody wants it as it is inconvenient to transport. If interested plese contact me.
     
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    Thanks,
    I'll pass the info on to my mate and let you know if he's interested ..

    Jim
     
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    Duncan at Star Spangled Spanner sells those blue ones, he has some at Peterborough they are better than the Tote in that they have an extra proper 3 inch valve at a low point. They are VERY expensive though, its a big item and shipping is probably horrendous. That said, when you are parked up out of macerator range, they are a godsend:Smile:

    I bought my Tote from a guy on Ebay, but his account was pulled by Ebay and I've not seen them for sale since.
     
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    Cheers Jim.. I'll have a look on Saturday .. :thumb:

    Jim
     
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    What the heck do you do if the dump isn't at ground level?? 27 gallons is 270lbs :Eeek:

    Olley
     
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    When its not at ground level I only fill it to a weight I can bench press:Laughing:
     
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    Its me thicko again, what are these things?:Blush:

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    Small honey wagons. :BigGrin:

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    :Rofl1::Rofl1::Confused::Confused:???????????????
     
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    Hi wizzer we used to call the cesspit emptying wagons "honey wagons"

    Olley
     
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    I bought adaptor and now use barrel shaped water container(can't remember name) left over from caravan, which holds about 5 gallons, much more convenient, just need to empty more often.
     
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    What did you use for an adaptor?
     
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    :Laughing::Laughing::Laughing:nice one
     
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    Hi I use one of these Fiamma waste carriers and made room in the engine bay to house it:thumb::thumb:

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    Star Spangled are out of stock and yes it would cost a few bob to import one. You would think that somebody would have the nouse to manufacture an equivalent over here.

    Jim
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    Hi Jim

    Yes, you would think so, but I guess the RV market is too small to make it viable..
     
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    i use a fiamma 40litre one. last i knew, paul rees at abpleisure.co.uk had them in stock. going to look in my engine compartment to see if room. great idea!!!:thumb::thumb:

    des
     

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