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ppine

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Posted: 08/30/20 08:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I m getting tired of having my posts deleted for suggesting that water conservation can solve a lot of your water supply problems.

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skipnchar wrote:

Lots of good ideas here. I always took the simple route. My 6 gallon cans (I carried 6 of them) all have built in pour spouts and are vented so YES they are a PITA but at least it becomes a one person job.


But that is where the OP started this thread, he didn't want to do that.

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Posted: 08/30/20 06:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

ppine wrote:

I m getting tired of having my posts deleted for suggesting that water conservation can solve a lot of your water supply problems.

Ya better get used to it.

Don't be a troll, and ya won't get your posts deleted.

I saw a quote the other day: "Don't start any {trouble}, and you won't get any {trouble}". Wise words, in my opinion.



(Typo fixed. Thanks for the heads up.)

* This post was edited 08/30/20 08:56pm by dedmiston *


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We have a 35 gallon Tractor Supply tank in back of pickup , $109 , will gravity flow into TT tank .

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I have a funnel that I bought years ago that screws onto the fresh water threads and that way I don't need help holding the funnel. Unfortunately, I just did a quick search for it and I can't fund out who made it. Maybe that don't make it anymore. You could build something like it yourself though. You would still be stuck lifting up the heavy jugs though. You would have to do this less often if you used less water and then didn't have to top off the tank as much.

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