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Whats with the new gas cans, they have no vent, their top heavy, they are REAL slow, and you can't fill a car with them. and i cant find the old style anywhere !
 

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They also splash everywhere because they dont have a vent. Makes more of a mess than letting some vapor in the air. Guess they chose to poison the water instead of the air.


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Yeah, it sits fine now and I still have room fer wider tires !!! the coil springs gave me back the load carrying that i lost removing the overload springs.
 

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Here's a better question yet: Why are the gas cans more expensive than the kerosene and diesel cans, which hold the same amount and are the exact same shape. The only difference are the colors. Red for gas, blue for kerosene and yellow for diesel.
I wanted a gas can to carry extra fuel to the track so I bought a kerosene can, which was half the price of the gas.

Anyhow, when I pour gas into my car, I remove the spout and pour it into a 2ft. flex funnel.....much quicker!
 
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