• Lisa's RV Experience
    65
    Greetings all!
    I have a 21-gallon Rhino dump tank and am in a park where I'll probably have to use it. The nearest dump station is out of the park. Usually it's in the park and I can just walk the tank to the dump so this is new to me.

    I have a little blue Chevy with no hitch, The tank has a metal arm that would go over a ball-hitch very well but I'm afraid I'll scratch the heck out of my car hatchback; I could just not use the arm and try to bungy the orange handle to the hitch of my car.

    Any other better ideas? It's only about a mile or 2 to the dump station.


    Lisa
  • Rick E
    1
    Do you have a receiver for a hitch ball? If so, just buy a ball hitch for when you need it and stow it away when you don’t.
  • Lisa's RV Experience
    65
    No I don't, that's the issue. I was hoping someone had a clever method for this.
  • Lonewolf21
    6
    Do you have a hatchback or small sedan? Either way, I would tie a rope to the Blue Boy handle, open your hatch or trunk and insert the rope with a loop tied to it. Shut the hatch/trunk where the latching mechanism is. Make sure the rope is just long enough to keep the BB handle upright.
  • Lisa's RV Experience
    65
    Yes I thought of that but I'm just hoping I won't do damage to my car. Thanks.
  • hawk
    4
    Lisa,there use to be a ball hitch that would clamp on to the bumper, if you could post a picture of your bumper
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