F%@&ing no spill gas jugs

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I am done with mine! Someone posted a retrofit pour spout. HELP!

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Here us the little retrofit vent cap.https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ZQ10FW ... ref=plSrch
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I have a small outboard. I hated having refill the motor because my gas can was slow and hard to control.

I got this can at my True Value hardware, it is a lttle pricey but great. I just push the button, my motor fills almost immediately, automatcally stops when full, I release the buton and I'm done.


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here you go:
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Glad I'm not the only one that despises those things. If I ever meet the bastards that passed laws requiring them, I'll beat them silly with an empty gas can.

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duckfish wrote:Glad I'm not the only one that despises those things. If I ever meet the bastards that passed laws requiring them, I'll beat them silly with an empty gas can.
i wouldnt say empty as you can never get the fuel out of them
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EZ pour spouts are the only thing I use!


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I've added vents and new spouts to several 5 and 6 gallon gas cans.
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I know this probably makes me sound weird but I've been hoarding the old gas cans and spouts for a few years now. A friend told me they were going to quit selling the them. I've got about 5 complete jugs and about half a dozen spouts I've gotten off jugs with holes in them. I like to keep about 20 gals on hand in the winter time for the generator, I'll use it up between mowing and the boat in the spring.
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Attwanl wrote:I know this probably makes me sound weird but I've been hoarding the old gas cans and spouts for a few years now. A friend told me they were going to quit selling the them. I've got about 5 complete jugs and about half a dozen spouts I've gotten off jugs with holes in them. I like to keep about 20 gals on hand in the winter time for the generator, I'll use it up between mowing and the boat in the spring.
Your not the only one that has a stash of old cans. Lol. I look for them at yard sales. I also have a few of the jugs with a hose that look like big milk jugs I love those things. It seams like every time I had a new safety can the seals leak with in a few weeks.

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I have a large collection of old gas cans too.
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I bought a new can a few months ago for my chainsaw and I've used it twice. Now it will not release gas.

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I had to purchase a new can as well as well last week due to my old ones spout breaking. Got a new Briggs and Stratton can with some fancy "no spill" spout. I wasted a good hour of mowing time just trying to figure out how to pour out of it. Ridiculous!

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Post by jethro »

I think I am going to buy an actual transfer tank and use a power pump. SICK OF THESE EPA CANS!!!
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Post by GTS225 »

Try picking up the "vintage" cans at an auction. You'll pay new price or better for them. So you guys don't feel bad.....you're not alone at despising the new-fangled crap that requires three arms and four hands to use.

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