Can a black water tank be mounted between runners OR, has anyone installed a small tank on the floor and mounted toilet on above floor platform? Husband and person doing work want me to just use tank buggy. I can’t lift that to take anywhere to empty. I want better solution. They say my ideas won’t work as runners too close together and not a good option for above floor idea. Please, all ideas and advice welcome.
Posted 2018-08-10 4:12 PM (#171802 - in reply to #171798) Subject: RE: 2008 Cherokee Tomahawk LQ Conversion Questions
Location: Waaaaay back Slaughter Hollow
You should not need to lift the tank buggy to move it. They are mounted on wheels and are actually fairly easy to move around. I have pulled mine while riding on a garden tractor, as well as pulled it by myself over several hundred yards of rough terrain. I live in an LQ trailer, then fifth wheel camper for six months with no sewer line and had to empty tanks this way weekly.
Posted 2018-08-10 6:03 PM (#171803 - in reply to #171802) Subject: RE: 2008 Cherokee Tomahawk LQ Conversion Questions
If I am camping Where there is no place to dump it properly, and I’m pulling my horses, I got no where to put it. I don’t want to just rely on that. I found some tanks today, we are going to put one under a platform on top of the floor. Then I can dump normally when I get to a dump station.
Posted 2018-08-10 6:07 PM (#171804 - in reply to #171800) Subject: RE: 2008 Cherokee Tomahawk LQ Conversion Questions
Under the floor is not an option. Runners are 4 inches apart. Nothing to mount to. Even if we could cut one out for the tank, there still isn’t enough room. I got maybe 4 inches without risking dragging something.