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Old 03-22-2018, 01:46 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Napalm00 View Post
On the American style screw in nozzle cans this is definitely a common issue . I had a few way back in the day and got so fed up that ended up just drilling a hole in the top of the can on the opposite side of the fuel spout and tapping it for an npt pipe plug. I was just remove the plug when pouring it was good to go
That is what i was thinking, install a petcock that can be opened when pouring.
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I've got the plastic Scepter military cans. They work pretty fast and don't leak fuel anywhere. I use it with the Scepter filler hose. Their water cans are pretty good too.
I have 6-8 scepter mfc's. Live in the sticks (nearest country store is 8 miles away) and everything: lawn mower, fork lift, farm tractor, etc are all diesel so use the cans a lot. Only way to roll. anything else dribles fuel all over.

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