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    ....back from the dead.... J-ME's Avatar
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    Inexpensive fuel jugs

    Cheapest around (that I have found).

    No shipping charge but a handling fee of $12 on the 3 jugs and spout that I ordered.

    I am very happy with the quality of them. Pick round or square and colors.

    http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/store...Term=fuel+jugs


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    J-Me are these the same size as VP jugs? I need to replace mine and my trailer holds 4 VP perfectly.

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    BUMMER and I was going to purchase some.
    These jugs are not intended to contain fuel or kerosene in the state of California. Putting fuel or kerosene in these jugs in California is not permitted and will violate California law.

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    Kalifony sucks!!!!!!!!!

    Hey Jami, do they leak at all? I boughty 2 jugs locally, and they worked fine for about a week after I removed all the molding debris from the sealing areas. now the o ring under the cap leaks somehow and I always spill gas.

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    My VP jugs are the same the only way they are legal is if you have the vented spouts that take twice as long to put the gas in. I still need some dimensions J-Me cut loose

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    My VP jugs are the same the only way they are legal is if you have the vented spouts that take twice as long to put the gas in. I still need some dimensions J-Me cut loose
    Thanks for the info on the vents.
    Made in the USA, these 5-gallon jugs have two handles for easier lifting and steadier pouring. They're available in white, red, blue, or yellow and 10-1/2" square (21-1/2" tall) or 11" round (21-1/4" tall).

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    No leaky. Amsoil has the specs. I forgot about this thread Oside, Sorry

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