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Old 10-08-2012, 02:48 PM   #1
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Somewhere on this site, I read something about people who had ben at Quartzsite bought a nifty hand (?) pump to pump water in/out of their units. I could not locate the brand of pump and wonder if anyone here could provide more info? When I dry camp, I would like to take along an extra 5 gallons, but have no way to get it into the tank in the Scamp.
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I don't know if they had something like this but I think this would work. I just bought one locally for another project.
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Somewhere on this site, I read something about people who had ben at Quartzsite bought a nifty hand (?) pump to pump water in/out of their units. I could not locate the brand of pump and wonder if anyone here could provide more info? When I dry camp, I would like to take along an extra 5 gallons, but have no way to get it into the tank in the Scamp.
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1..How do you fill your fresh water tank at the moment? Mine has a gravity fed port. Take two 2.5 gallon containers of extra water and just pour it in.

2..If you don't have a bathroom, the 12 gallons should last several days with a bit of care. I've gone close to 2 weeks without refilling.

Generally speaking most people use way too much water both at an anchored home and camping.
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I carry a large funnel with a long flexible nozzle for filling from jerry cans.
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