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  1. #31
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    Western Washington
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    5300 JD 4X4

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    I am with you on the degree our society is holding criminals. I hope our legal system wakes up. Some things you shouldn't have the right to go to jail. After all, horse thieves didn't have much of a future, why should modern day thieves have it any different.
    Just one more opinion.

  2. #32
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    ECNY
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    DK35

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    There used to be a guy over in Lee NH that sold all sizes of blue barrels.

  3. #33
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    West Newbury, MA & Harrison, ME
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    Kubota B3030 loaded!

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    Jas5n's link has all sorts of barrells & pumps for sale

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.bascousa.com/containers/default.html>bascousa</A>


  4. #34
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    Campton, NH
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    Kubota B2910

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    Well I finally did it. I ordered a
    30 Gal Reconditioned, blue poly drum for 19.95 and a Cast Iron Rotary Pump for 49.95 from

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.bayteccontainers.com/index.html>http://www.bayteccontainers.com/index.html</A>

    I was looking at the Gas Caddies but after you add the pump, your looking at 350-400 dollars.
    When I get it set up, I'll take a picture and let you know how it works out.

  5. #35
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    NC
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    NH TC35D4

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    I got my 2 55gal blue poly drums with the bunge tops still intack for $3 from a guy near Winston Salem, N.C.
    He had a mountain of them. Of course, I had to wash them out myself.

    gary

  6. #36

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    Seattle area
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    JD 855 4WD, HST

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    Thanks Jas5n,

    I found several simple and inexpensive pumps out there that would be preferable to the pump that was given to me when I purchased my tractor (used).

  7. #37
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    Kubota B2910

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    <font color=red>blue poly drum for 19.95 and a Cast Iron Rotary Pump for 49.95 from </font color=red>
    Just got an email from Baytec, add 27.50 for S&amp;H!
    Oh well[img]/w3tcompact/icons/sad.gif[/img]

  8. #38
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    DK35

    Default Re: diesel fuel storage

    I use 5 Gal. cans and a siphon that is used to fill Kerosene heaters. Set the can on the hood/paper or towel, insert the siphon and check fluid levels, while it is running. No balancing act and no spill. bcs

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