Cool, thanks!The are what's called 'prevailing torque' hinges which means they don't swing free. There is a screw that adjusts the pre-load. They will hold in any position but don't require any significant extra effort to move or close. Here are the ones I used: http://www.southco.com/en-us/e6-at/e6-10-301-20
15 gallons. That might be a little small for a grey tank but I plan to have a way to transfer water to the black tank. The ATV jack you inspired me to purchase sure has come in handy.Looks great, how big is the tank? George.
Thanks for the compliments and kitchen ideas. The support frame will have angles along the sides and a thin plate to protect against debris. The hitch arms should hit well before the tank.Great build out, what type of skid plate or guard will you use to protect those tanks when driving up steep or dificult terrain. I've scraped my tail many times and whenever Ive had my rig towed.