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    Gas can/ fuel container

    I am looking for recommendations on gas can/fuel containers and places to purchase them.

    Some places on the lakes are 70 cents a gallon more.
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    I have 3 Scribner Utility Jugs bought from Smileys Racing out of Dallas, Texas. Smileys Racing was the cheapest pricing and they also had them in stock.

    http://www.smileysracing.com/cat/vie...753c6&pgID=663

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    perfect thank you

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    Is there a benifit to using these over a standard 5 gal fuel container??

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    That would be wicked convenient if I had my own dock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xylene View Post
    Is there a benifit to using these over a standard 5 gal fuel container??
    The standard fuel jugs from Walmart are OK but I have never liked them. Some of reason why I don't like are, they leak when trying to fill up the fuel tank, the spout are weak and usually rot or break off. One my Scribner jugs has been sitting at my dad's farm in the back of the farm truck for at least 5 years, and the only permenant problem is the sun fade. The spouts I use come from Lowes or Homedepot, very simple and you don't have to replace the jug to get a new spout. the spout cost under $1/spout, but the only downside is you have to buy 5 jugs worth of hose.

    The material thickness on a Scribner is thick about 1/4" to 3/8".

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    Thanks cbrich!!

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    I love my Gas Caddy

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    VP race fuel has good ones.

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