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Old 01-05-2015, 03:25 AM   #1
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45 Gallon Water Tank.

If you would like a water bladder for boondocking you can order it directly from the factory. Just mention that you are with the Montana Owners Club and you can order it for the wholesale price of $86.63 plus shipping and tax if applicable.

http://www.newworldmfg.com/y2k.htm
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Old 01-05-2015, 04:12 AM   #2
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Old 08-06-2017, 11:28 AM   #3
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If you would like a water bladder for boondocking you can order it directly from the factory. Just mention that you are with the Montana Owners Club and you can order it for the wholesale price of $86.63 plus shipping and tax if applicable.

http://www.newworldmfg.com/y2k.htm
Nice but when I'm boondocking my truck bed is never empty, I would never be able to use it. Thanks but I'll stick to my plastic barrel. it's tied if the front corner of my truck and it's full while traveling.
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This is the one I have, only takes up the back part of the bed.

http://www.highcountryplastics.com/p...63-gallon.html
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Over the years I have tried all kinds of ways to carry water. The bladder is the best way ever. When not being used it folds up into a small package which you can store anywhere. When you want to fill it, flop it open on the tailgate, and go for it.

If you are a boondocker who never unhooks and stays in one spot for weeks on end, then a large permanent tank is the way to carry extra water. But otherwise water is usually easy to find and you only have to carry it (and the associated weight) for a short time.
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It does not look like that bladder would fit with a 5th wheel hitch in place.
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This is the one I have, only takes up the back part of the bed.

http://www.highcountryplastics.com/p...63-gallon.html
Nice but it say's the innovative design fits in the back of your pick-up truck while still allowing hook-up to a gooseneck trailer.

I don't have a GOOSENECK TRAILER
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It does not look like that bladder would fit with a 5th wheel hitch in place.
With the tailgate down, it fits long-wise in a long bed and sideways in a short bed. Most of the MOC Quartzsite boondockers use them. It it fits sideways in a long bed with the tailgate closed. Fifth wheel tailgates also work although most use a mat or equivalent to cover the louvers.
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