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 Scepter 20L Gas Cans at Costco for $14 
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Scepter brand. Seem legit. Great price.

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Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:01 pm
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Serious question. Are these the kind that spill all over the place?


Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:39 pm
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I bought 2.

I don't expect these to be the same quality as the military ones but for $14, they feel solid as hell.

I just read the spouts are bad but I've never seen a good spout. Even NATO. Use super siphons.


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Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:49 pm
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I've had two for some time now. No problems.
Dreadi, you might have a talk with the operator. :wink05:

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dreadi wrote:
Serious question. Are these the kind that spill all over the place?

You have serious gas leakage problems bro. I'm concerned. :peep:


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dreadi wrote:
Serious question. Are these the kind that spill all over the place?


I think all gas cans are now sold with the spill-o-matic nozzles. For the environment, you know.

You can find the old ones on eBay and Amazon.


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OhShoot! wrote:
dreadi wrote:
Serious question. Are these the kind that spill all over the place?

You have serious gas leakage problems bro. I'm concerned. :peep:


It's the strong coffee and engaging my abs constantly to protect my lower back.

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dreadi wrote:
Serious question. Are these the kind that spill all over the place?


I think all gas cans are now sold with the spill-o-matic nozzles. For the environment, you know.

You can find the old ones on eBay and Amazon.


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I've got a couple of the jerry cans last year with no problems spilling. I assume that's why they are $40 each with a nozzle.


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Jerry cans are also metal. They've always been relatively expensive.

Here's an old plastic can on eBay.

http://m.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-CHILTON-2 ... Ciid%253A3


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EZ pour is the answer:

http://ezpourspout.com/

Too bad the cans won't work for me. They're metric and everything I need a gas can for is standard...


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RocketScott wrote:
EZ pour is the answer:

http://ezpourspout.com/

Too bad the cans won't work for me. They're metric and everything I need a gas can for is standard...



+1 to that, those things make America great again. Granted, they pretty much double the cost of the gas can, but it's worth it.

On those Costco cans though - personally I really prefer big cans to have a side handle too. The top handle is great for carrying, but a side handle sure is nice for pouring so you don't have to hold the bottom of the can. Especially if your cans sit in a corner of the garage like mine with lots of spiders, cobwebs, and who knows what else.


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Use Super Siphons.

No need to hold, tilt, etc. Just put on a platform that is higher than where the gas is going.

5Gal/min rate.

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Making my old can(s) last.

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