So my BIL was saying he believes that the 69 Shasta he is giving us has a combo black/grey water tank. I know in the 2005 Nomad we had there was seperate tanks for each. Does anyone know if this was the way these trailers came for that time period, or does this sound weird? Any insight would be appreciated.
We ALWAYS had seperate grey and waste tanks untill our last camper that had only one.
I was concerned. After camping it for 6 yr I decided not only was it a nonissue but prefferable if boondocking frequently. The gray water could be bypassed and the holding tank was a huge vessle for the waste way bigger than what would otherwise be there if it had a grey tank along side.
We also had a masserator toilet that allowed us to put the toilet anywhere it did not have to be gravity. IMO this is just what is needed to properly install a toilet with a tank big enough to be convienient in one of these little trlrs.
We also had electronic odor control. There were 4 electrodes in each of the lower corners of the holding tank, they were controlled by a dc motherboard and when on it sent current thru the water cycling about 15 min per hr and electrocuted the bacteria and with no bacteria no odor.
Now that we had this once I will never be without it either
The masserator handled the solids there were none and we had no odor either and without using any additives in the tank.
We are getting our Astrodome this weekend. The whole reason for wanting that style was to be able to turn the entire rear of the camper into a great big bathroom. Might even have a tub.
The camper we bought has no interior. We will be camping in it this winter in the FL Keys.We missed last year that wount happen 2 yr in a row.
I am not one to insist on a spot on restoraton. It will be solid look old on the outside and be practicle inexpensive and comfortable on the inside. Good bathroom and the ability to boondock for 4 or 5 days is important to us