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  • Evelyn K
    Evelyn KWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    January 26Has anyone created some type of pump that will transfer water from large water barrels into the RV when dry camping!
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      TarHeels January 26 I added another pump and draw water from barrel into rv into fresh water. Cut into line and Teed it then added a 12 volt switch to operate pump.
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      WilliamB January 26 There are cheaper ones out there but this is like what I use for lots of different stuff. All you need is your hoses and a battery connection.
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      Suzan and Art January 26 We use a pump that is identical to the one in the RV.... if that one goes out we have a spare.
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      Lyla and Bill January 26 Do you have a winterizing hose and valve, if you do you can use the on-board pump to transfer water from a portable container into your fresh water tank. set the winterize valve to "winterize" and the supply valve to "city", you are good to go.
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      Seann (the Canadian) January 26 I just use an old RV water pump the speed and pressure at that point don't matter set it up transfer 60 gallons from a bladder into the tank and then the bladder folds up into almost nothing much easier than trying to store and drive around with the barre...  more
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        Jim & Sharon Ham January 28 A water bed pump would do the job.  Be sure to clean it and sterilize it first.  We use a big blue water filter as the last step before water goes into the RV tank.
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      David Leslie Jasper & JoJo January 26 We purchased a 110v potable water pump and a 45-gallon bladder.  The bladder fits perfectly on the back seat in the pickup.  I hook the pump up between the bladder and the RV's city water-fill connection.  The pump takes ten minutes or so to empty the 45-...  more
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      WeareMovinforward January 27 I refill from 7gl containers with a modified 12v shower pump. You just remove the head. eBay
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      Jenna & The ZARGON January 28 OK... if you don't have a dedicated "Transfer Pump" that is rated for "POTABLE" water... Please be careful. Using a RV water pump as a transfer pump is a GREAT way to do it. Using a "shower pump"... might be, very much, underpowered for your purpose. ...  more
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      hipQuest & VanderQ February 1 A non electronic way is to put a hose into your barrel and get a flow started is to create a vacuum, suck on the end of the hose. A few drops of bleach in your tank will kill contamination that you might put in the tank, also let the hose run for a few se...  more
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      99Valkyrie February 6 cheap 12v boat bilge pump
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        jdzions February 10 Bilge pumps aren't rated for potable water; they might contaminate your tank with lubricants or other foreign matter. If you're using a pump, it must be rated for potable water.
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      Electricity on wheels February 17 Milwaukee M18 transfer pump, dedicated to the camper
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