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Old 09-21-2016   #41
 
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So for all of those who don't know, would you be willing to enlighten them? It might be a little more productive than just commenting on them.
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Old 09-21-2016   #42
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look forward to seeing the pics. Poo on your face is bad for your health!
That's awful mang! Here goes with an attempt to show you that RVhose config. First shot is the fittings on each end of drain hose, the black one is from the original blue hose. #2 &3 shows the fittings on the RV drain hose, note different diameters for various sized clean outs. 4 is the cleanout with the RV drain fitting ready to connect. 5 shows the connection. 6 is a simulation of actual events. And 7 is for good luck and shows the way the lid and all the cleanup gear rides.
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Has anyone seen the riverbank system on sale through any of the many year end sales going on right now???
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Or if anyone has a used one or knows anyone selling a used one or ???
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Livenswell --- that is awesome! Thank you very much --- think I ought to be headed to camping world 😊

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That's awful mang! Here goes with an attempt to show you that RVhose config. First shot is the fittings on each end of drain hose, the black one is from the original blue hose. #2 &3 shows the fittings on the RV drain hose, note different diameters for various sized clean outs. 4 is the cleanout with the RV drain fitting ready to connect. 5 shows the connection. 6 is a simulation of actual events. And 7 is for good luck and shows the way the lid and all the cleanup gear rides.




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Has anyone seen the riverbank system on sale through any of the many year end sales going on right now???
Has anyone ever actually seen the riverbank on sale?
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Cascade has them on sale now and again but they are the only ones I have seen that carry them besides buying directly from selway fab. I love mine and everyone on my trips give it two thumbs up. The down sides to this toilet is people will always want you to bring the groover, the only other is it is large and not as easy to stow as a rocket box Eco safe unit.
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Brand new Eco-Safe system in Bend. $130

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Old 09-23-2016   #49
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The down sides to this toilet is people will always want you to bring the groover,
Ya know, that really wouldn't be that bad, less work than other group items to set up and maintain, and dumping a groover really isn't that bad when you do it a lot, plus everyone thinks you're the Hero for doing it. Just don't get poo on your face!
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Has anyone ever used just the Riverbank inner vault? Is the whole system necessary?
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