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Post in 'The Gear' started by Ram 1500 with an axe..., Oct 3, 2013.

  1. Ram 1500 with an axe...

    Ram 1500 with an axe... Minister of Fire

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    Anyone have anything to say or direct me to a decent 15-30 gallon tank? Thanks....if you have one, does it work well....

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  2. KarlP

    KarlP Feeling the Heat

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    Since you aren't allowed to fill a 30 gallon tank in the back of a truck and you can't even bend the rules since its illegal to pump your own gas where you live, loading and unloading 5 gallon or 25 liter (6.6 gallon) Scepter cans is much easier. In most areas I'd suggest getting a racing "utility jug" from VP or Scribner, but they aren't legally approved for transporting gasoline and you can't pump your own gas.

    Look for a Scepter 07539 6.6 gallon can. A bunch of places including Amazon were selling them a year ago, but they seem to have vanished. You may have to import them from Canada these days. Otherwise buy the Scepter 05096 CARB approved 5 gallon can from your local Walmart and buy replacement vented spout that actually pours on ebay from one of the Canadian hardware stores.
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    MarkinNC Minister of Fire

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