Only problem I'm having now is that Crossroads won't install a black tank flush kit when they build it so I'm gonna have to pay for 2-3 hours of labor for the dealer to remove the underbelly, install the flush kit and replace the underbelly.
are your tanks covered? mine (2007) are exposed so madding one would be easy for me. before you have one installed have you ever tried flushing from the gate valves? i have a clear elbow with a garden hose attachment and it works great for me.
Look into getting a tank flush wand. it works better than a kit, because you can angle and tilt it to your liking to get all the areas. they have hoses that hook to your bathroom faucet so you don't have to drag a hose through you coach, and you can use hot water...just an idea!
They will be covered, I added the enclosed underbelly as an option when I ordered it. Might have to try flushing from gate valve even though I've heard negatives about that method. I don't want to use the toilet wand, would like to keep all the tank flushing to the outside of the trailer. Thanks for the advice.
Congrats! You might check into a "Flush King" back flush unit. I have been using one for about 3 years now and can not say enough good things about it. Easy to use, and you are sure when the tank is clean.
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