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5 Gallon Briggs and Stratton Gas Can

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5 Gallon gas cans for cheaper than just a replacement spout. Deal was at several locations in my area.

YMMV as some have it at $9

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...=178429977
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Created 07-26-2017 at 02:51 PM by turboha4
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$9.00 according to brickseek at my local walamrt.
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None available at all in my area, the Central Coast of California.
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None available at all in my area, the Central Coast of California.
Ha! Thanks for looking for me! Saved me from checking.
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Yeah, I saw some of the really small ones yesterday clearanced as well (as well as a bunch of outdoor stuff like grills). Looks like Walmart is starting to make room for Christmas.
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2 @ $5 near me.
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plastic gas containers sweat?
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none in nor Cal either
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plastic gas containers sweat?
I've had these for over a year. 6 of them in GA heat. No sweating
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I've had these for over a year. 6 of them in GA heat. No sweating
is GA heat anything like mexico heat
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plastic gas containers sweat?
No, but I've seen them swell like crazy and eventually develop cracks, and those cracks will eventually leave. Too many different scenarios where leaking gas (in a car, in a hot garage) could spell disaster. To make matters worse, they're prone to blowing out of the truck when empty.

I gave up on plastic cans and spent the coin on a real, metal safety gas can. Not a single regret.
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Where and price in title at a minimum
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No, but I've seen them swell like crazy and eventually develop cracks, and those cracks will eventually leave. Too many different scenarios where leaking gas (in a car, in a hot garage) could spell disaster. To make matters worse, they're prone to blowing out of the truck when empty.

I gave up on plastic cans and spent the coin on a real, metal safety gas can. Not a single regret.
if they 'leave' where do they go
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>> if they 'leave' where do they go

"leak". Apologies. A bit tired.
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No, but I've seen them swell like crazy and eventually develop cracks, and those cracks will eventually leave. Too many different scenarios where leaking gas (in a car, in a hot garage) could spell disaster. To make matters worse, they're prone to blowing out of the truck when empty.

I gave up on plastic cans and spent the coin on a real, metal safety gas can. Not a single regret.
I remember when they used to have vents on them. The new gas cans majorly suck. They'll swell up during the day, and get vacuumed in at night. (I might have that backwards) That can't be good for them...
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