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Re: A portable fuel can that doesn't STINK!

I have a made in USA one that is great and instead of that wacky self closing tip that is made to fuel lawn mowers it has a PUSH BUTTON to start and stop fuel flow

I will ID it tonight and post a picture of it

It is the only one I use now and I only use my older ones to top off this new one as it stops all the spilling stuff and you can even use it on a car without making a mess



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Re: A portable fuel can that doesn't STINK!

Tommays, where did you get that? What brand is it?

I don't think I want a steel can since I will sometimes lash it to the deck. Seems like it would get too hot in the sun.
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Re: A portable fuel can that doesn't STINK!

They sell it seven gables power equipment which is a local shop

Surprisingly and track down a local store

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Re: A portable fuel can that doesn't STINK!

I purchased mine from equipsupply on line.
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