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Old 02-24-2012   #1
 
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River Crappers

Ok the battle has began on who's crapper is who's. The one that is selling for $100.00 looks allot like the green one that sells for $400.00. Now that said....who owns the patents? Being an inventor myself I know that only one company with similuar products wins. Before I purchase one for my boat I want to know who is the real owners?

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Old 02-24-2012   #2
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Mine is gray and worth every penny.
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Old 02-24-2012   #3
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Mine cost $10 and takes up less space and holds just as much shit as the round cans. Not as much as the one that fills up every nook and cranny but it doesn't require a loan.

Legal on the MF, not sure about the GC.

Not to put down the fine work of the toilet manufacturers but it's overkill for me.

You can see it here in between my girls.


Five gallon bucket. Free.
Gamma lid. $7
Toilet seat. $3 at building thrift store.
Milk crate. Free.

Watching my girls play run around the poop bucket for an hour while I drink gin and tonic. Priceless.
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What's the milk crate for? Hauling the gin or the tonic or just the limes?
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+1 on the bucket & gamma lid system C-Dog. That's what we use too. Works great, fits perfect in the scat machines, and if it falls out of the trailer on the way home, just make another one. We've taken a liking to the 7 gallon bucket lately, good height for comfortable grooving. Pretty sure it's not GC worthy though.
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20mm rocket box and an old toilet seat lays on top.
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Old 02-24-2012   #7
 
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Yeah but does it pinch your wiener,jer?

Plus one for the Eco-safe. And I am the real owner.
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Old 02-25-2012   #8
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What's the milk crate for? Hauling the gin or the tonic or just the limes?
While I do take enough g/t to not run out it doesn't need a crate. It's for the bomber lashup system. with two short cam straps to the bottom of a little bracket on the seat it becomes very secure.

Ever had the seat slide off as you are trying to do your business? No bueno.
And with the two little ones I didn't want any toilet mishaps.

Crate makes for standup lashing in the raft too. I even put in a usuable location on the rear corner of my frame for emergency use during the day.
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I took lhowemt's advice and mounted a seat with a lid to a gamma lid last year. Worked great. We have some folks who are poo visualization adverse, so the closable lid made them happy.
I did have to add a strap to the lid to keep it from tipping the whole shootin match over when it's not very full. I had to remind folks to open it gently and not fling the lid back too hard. That milk crate idea might also fix that problem.
For securement on the boat, I removed the standard bail handle, and put two heavy duty handles on each side for strapping down, and for carrying the groover to it's scenic location in camp.
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I even put in a usuable location on the rear corner of my frame for emergency use during the day.

The image of you squatting on the back of your raft screaming for mercy from the gods of Mexican food is one I'm sure we all could have done without.
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