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    As you should be. There are really two reasons to have a trailer/RV/whatever, IMO: (1) no or minimal set-up/takedown, and (2) don't have to use a port-a-potty or pit toilet for your business.
    Whoomah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesameguy View Post
    Since you ripped out the water toilet, I'm assuming there is no other plumbing? Or is there? I know I sound like I'm obsessed with toilets.
    It's still there, we just covered it. It ties into the main sewer pipe, which is shared by the sink. I have no grey water tank, since this was nineteen-dickety-two and god dammit, they just poured their shit on the ground!

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    Wow, seriously? So it's just a fresh water tank and then onto the ground?

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    Not even a fresh water tank, it just had a sink with the hookup for the garden hose to feed it, if you wanted. We have to ADD the fresh water tank.

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    That thing is awesome! I wonder what it's like to take a dump in a 40 year old new toilet? Talk about a unique "first" to have on your resume!

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    That looks super cool, and a handy size at only 20 feet!

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    Few more options:



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    I have always liked fire trucks.......

    I saw an old C-series on the freeway yesterday and started thinking how cool it'd be to build a camper onto the back of one. Sadly, that is WAY beyond my time, money, and capability. I sort of wish my friend was still unemployed, as he's a great carpenter and I'd happily flip him a few grand to execute the plan for me.. but he's not. Maybe next go-around.

    Tangentially related: another friend of mine just started a single-client business picking up RVs from their factory and delivering them to California. Seems like a neat job to have for a while.

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    Speedpimp did that for a while TSG..

    Ever watched the shows on Travel Channel called Extreme RVs? they showed one that was an 18 wheeler with the RV being the entire 53 foot trailer including a small garage space.

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