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    Default Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    May take up racing my tractor so I can get these non carb cans.

    VP racing gas cans, VP racing fuel containers

    Anyone here have any experience with these? A little pricey but anything to get away from these carb cans.

    Anyone wanna race?
    Last edited by Schwermetall; 05-02-2011 at 07:35 PM.

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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    Use them for the racecar all the time. really tough take a beating

    Look At
    Capital Motorsports , Summit Racing or Day motorsports
    for prices

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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    I have one for Gas, one for Diesel, and one for Water. I use the round ones, and have for the last 2 years, they work great.

    Brian

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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    Thanks for the responses, just ordered two.

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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    Kubota L3240HST, LA724 FEL, 72" bucket, snow plow, Loader Buddy, Bradco Pallet Forks, Stoll 4in1, EA Grapple, Leinbach 72" pine straw rake, GroundWorks brush forks and Kubota L series ballast box.
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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    They also make boatloads of accessories like racks for them to hold them in your trailer/truck/garage.
    -=Mark=- 03 Kubota B7500, 47 Ford 2N

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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    Quote Originally Posted by wvpolekat View Post
    They also make boatloads of accessories like racks for them to hold them in your trailer/truck/garage.
    This is where I buy my jugs and racks.

    www.pitpal.com

    My trailer should be a rolling ad for their products. Not cheap, but very well built.

    Brian

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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    amigauser: Thanks for posting the info on JEGS Performance, I have been looking for fuel jugs for a long time. The stupid government models break after a short time. I just ordered several jugs and a filler hose to check them out. Can't beat the price. Thanks again.

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    Default Re: Non carb fuel cans for race fuel

    Your welcome. Someone on TBN turned me onto the JEGS jugs a couple of years ago. Just passing on the favor
    Kubota L3240HST, LA724 FEL, 72" bucket, snow plow, Loader Buddy, Bradco Pallet Forks, Stoll 4in1, EA Grapple, Leinbach 72" pine straw rake, GroundWorks brush forks and Kubota L series ballast box.
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