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....ain't that the truth!!

Plus someone will want water weight in Imperial or metric units too
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water weight in metric is super easy. One liter equals one kilogram.
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Holding tanks

Not sure why we have holding tanks if you can't travel with them somewhat full.
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Not sure why we have holding tanks if you can't travel with them somewhat full.

Some are well supported and some are not, but the intention was to offer a means of using an RV when full hookups were not available and then dumping them as soon as possible. Traveling distancing with them full means a lot of weight is bouncing around with the movement of the RV.


It is not common place for them to drop out, but I have seen then crack and I think prudent use might be to not have them full while underway. I don't think using them on the road is harmful as most folks don't fill them while traveling.


I don't think the issue is "full or empty", just not to unduly stress supports of fastener for no reason.


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