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Old 04-03-2008, 03:57 PM
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In smaller boats there is porta potti,so it is for example in Fountain 33 Lightning.Isnīt it rather terrible in use?
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Old 04-03-2008, 04:07 PM
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Mine still is sealed in the original plastic, 1991 model
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Emergency Only!!!! If you gotta go ya gotta go.
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In smaller boats there is porta potti,so it is for example in Fountain 33 Lightning.Isnīt it rather terrible in use?
When I was shopping I made damn sure I got a full head with a pumpout - I don't want to carry around a bucket of.... you get my drift.
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I don't and nether do my friends have a can on theirs ether. At Loto it's like a washing machine, it will be sloping all around and there's a way it can get out it will. To many bars or coves to stop in to do that on the lake here. Each to there own. I know a lot of lakes may not have many options.
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Ask STECZ,he uses one for a lunch box !
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don't seem to have much problem with mine; fairly smooth ride however (and slow)- dump it after every outing
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I've had porta potti's on my last 2 boats. Never an issue with odor or leaking. It gets used frequently. I boat at LOTO as well and never had a problem. It certainly is nice to walk down to the boat when the line to bar's bathroom is 12 deep.
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I keep one on board just for my kid to use (4 yrs old). By the time he knows he's got to "drop a deuce" there is NO time to get anywhere. I've never had a problem with it.
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I keep one on board just for my kid to use (4 yrs old). By the time he knows he's got to "drop a deuce" there is NO time to get anywhere. I've never had a problem with it.
I feel your pain .... when they say I gota go ..... they GOTA go NOW ......
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