Originally Posted by Ramsey
Just came across this discussion and wondering what i'm missing? Isn't the grey water holding tank supposed to accomplish the capture of grey water. Are there instances where holding tanks are not being used? Is that what this response was about? Please enlighten me or add some additional information regarding this topic.....thanks in advance....ramsey
I would add to the previous answer that the sink drain ends in a male (outside threads) hose fitting on the outside of the trailer.
So what is at issue is some parks now require a hose directly attached between that hose fitting and a portable tank fitting. In the past one could just run a short hose into a bucket or jug. No need for the hose to attach to the collection jug.
Considering that the fitting is right by the sink and does look a lot like the city water hookup..... see where I'm going with this? Have to wonder if anyone has ever taken their just purchased old camper out and hooked the drain fitting to city water? That would be impressive I would imagine.
Yeah I know city water is female fitting but you know how guys are, we see mis-matched fittings and will immediately fail to consider "it don't go here" in favor of "Hey I have just the thing to splice the connector I need on".