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#12782745 - 06/06/18 01:20 PM Gas Cans for transporting fuel?
texcajun Offline
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I know you are only supposed to put fuel in approved containers. BUT! Wouldn't these do the trick, and have the added benefit of being much easier to use and pour from?

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#12782751 - 06/06/18 01:23 PM Re: Gas Cans for transporting fuel? [Re: texcajun]
ClarkBird Offline
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Have been using race fuel jugs for 20yrs. Best thing out there and they last forever.
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#12782765 - 06/06/18 01:32 PM Re: Gas Cans for transporting fuel? [Re: texcajun]
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#12782931 - 06/06/18 03:59 PM Re: Gas Cans for transporting fuel? [Re: ClarkBird]
Jason_TTU Offline
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Originally Posted By: ClarkBird
Have been using race fuel jugs for 20yrs. Best thing out there and they last forever.


Couldn't agree more! They also empty very fast so you don't spend all day refueling.

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