Cab Crapper

Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by scott180, Jan 23, 2019.

  1. Snakeschasingcars

    Snakeschasingcars Heavy Load Member

    Mar 22, 2018
    Bonus points if you only wear diaper and flip flops.

    Extra bonus points for fueling with a saggy diaper on.

    Extra extra points for washing your self with the window squeegees while ur fueling with your soggy diaper on while trying ti chum it uo to the driver fueling next to you.
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  3. Crude Truckin'

    Crude Truckin' Alien Spacecraft

    Oct 22, 2016
    North Dakota, Eh?
    FB_IMG_1450069680646.jpg Heres my old setup when I hauled oil. After I started loading, I'd whip this out, and enjoy myself. I may or may not have had a pumper pull on location a time or two when I was on this.
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  4. Buckeye 60

    Buckeye 60 Road Train Member

    Apr 19, 2018
    the bidet feature was a little harder to figure out but fortunately I have a condo so I rigged up a 25 gallon water container and fasten it tight ..... it is very annoying to slam on the brakes and have that thing hit you in the back of the head but on the bright side does get the floor clean well I ran a flexible hose down to the seat and to a foot pump for added water pressure it will create an acceptable stream of water and buy using the foot pump actually spreads the human opening up for a good washing and actually better than a regular bidet......
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  5. mover man

    mover man Road Train Member

    Feb 21, 2010
    Years ago when the wife and one of the kids (he was a kid then he is 27 now) came out with during the summer. Seemed like wife was pull over at next rest stop every 50 miles. So we Bought a porta potty, dont remember where but it was cheap. It was small and fit in the storage under the bunk in freightliner. Was clean didnt smell came with a chemical you put in the "storage" part. When you stop at truck stop. Just pulled out the "bowl" part by it's handle and dumped it out.
    We didnt get it for poop..although it might have been used for it once or twice.
  6. Farmerbob1

    Farmerbob1 Road Train Member

    Jan 17, 2017
    I carry this in my truck.
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    It costs me 10-15 dollars to replace it if I have to use it.

    5-gallon bucket. Threaded, sealed screw-on lid. 5 lb bag of kitty litter.

    I have had to use them twice in 3 years.

    When I did use them, the kitty litter and sealed lid held the odor down until I could drop the sealed bucket in a dumpster.

    BONUS: The kitty litter in the bucket has also come in handy a couple times in icy parking lots.
  7. SteveScott

    SteveScott Road Train Member

    Nov 10, 2015
    Speaking as somebody who has owned a number of boats and RV's with toilets, I can guarantee there is no such thing as one that doesn't smell. The second a butt lifts off the seat, all of those lovely gasses escape into the room and there is no way to prevent it.

    Reminds me of an old joke about a toilet salesman who sold toilets guaranteed not to smell. The first time a person used one and stunk up the place, he called the salesman back and said that his product doesn't work as promised. The salesman took one look at it and said "no wonder it stinks, somebody sh%t in it."

    Saw one a few days ago in Oregon on a rainy day. A truck ran over it and left tracks of sh** all the way out of the parking lot.
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  8. truckdriver31

    truckdriver31 Road Train Member

    Sep 18, 2013
  9. truckdriver31

    truckdriver31 Road Train Member

    Sep 18, 2013
    logs give you better traction. next time just grab the log out of the kitty litter and place under the spinning drive tire. bam you can get out of any stuck spot
  10. IluvCATS

    IluvCATS Road Train Member

    Dec 1, 2014
    Seattle, WA
    You can get those buckets free at the fuel aisle. They have a squeegee that comes with them.
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