I’m thinking two 330 gallon IBC totes mounted on the smallest aluminum tandem trailer I can find/have built. Brakes are a must, obviously. Camlocks on my machine so I can disconnect from the regular buffer tank and pull straight from the totes.
I’ve run a couple wells dry so far this year. No major issues caused like burned up well pumps or overly upset customers; but it bums me out, and I’m nervous that it’s only a matter of time before I cause a serious complication. I’m in too rural an area to just turn down all jobs that are on a well, like some of y’all may suggest.
The goal of the the trailer would be to significantly supplement the customer’s water supply, but not be a complete substitute. It’d probably only get used a couple times per month when I get larger jobs on a well.
The Tacoma is rated to pull 6500 lbs. 660 gals + tanks and trailer weight should come a bit under that.