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This is a discussion on Jerry Cans within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; I use the nato spout and it works great. By the way, this is where I got mine and they cost less. https://www.roverparts.com/Parts/GJC...EaAsuIEALw_wcB Same brand, ...

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    I use the nato spout and it works great.

    By the way, this is where I got mine and they cost less.

    https://www.roverparts.com/Parts/GJC...EaAsuIEALw_wcB

    Same brand, lower price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demitri.14 View Post
    Thanks for the input. Y'all convinced me to NOT buy the HF Cans. Next Question, Nato Spout or some other type ? ( I hate those CARB compliant crap )
    I donít use a spout on anything. I bought a squeeze type fuel priming bulb intended for outboard motors. I hooked up some fuel lines and I siphon everything now. Yes it is a little slower, but I donít spill anything and I donít have to deal with those idiot spouts they require now. One small problem though....... siphoning gas into your vehicle could present a real challenge. I raise my jerry can up on a step ladder to get the necessary height to siphon gas into my SUV. Before, when I had a car, I just threw a rug on the trunk lid and put the gas can there.

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    Got a link in an email today for Wavian NATO Jerry Cans for $60.
    https://www.theprepperjournal.com/pr...ltiple-colors/

    That's currently $20 less than from Wavian directly. Not sure how they're doing it, but there it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster23 View Post
    I don’t use a spout on anything. I bought a squeeze type fuel priming bulb intended for outboard motors. I hooked up some fuel lines and I siphon everything now. Yes it is a little slower, but I don’t spill anything and I don’t have to deal with those idiot spouts they require now. One small problem though....... siphoning gas into your vehicle could present a real challenge. I raise my jerry can up on a step ladder to get the necessary height to siphon gas into my SUV. Before, when I had a car, I just threw a rug on the trunk lid and put the gas can there.

    when the 5 gallons gets heavy elevating it on a ladder >>> there's a Terra brand 2AA battery opted transfer pump for under $20 ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illini Warrior View Post
    when the 5 gallons gets heavy elevating it on a ladder >>> there's a Terra brand 2AA battery opted transfer pump for under $20 ....
    Thanks for the info. I just purchased one. I got the 4 AA battery model. Looks like a real handy piece of equipment when teamed up with rechargable batteries. No more hoising up gas cans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster23 View Post
    Thanks for the info. I just purchased one. I got the 4 AA battery model. Looks like a real handy piece of equipment when teamed up with rechargable batteries. No more hoising up gas cans.

    I didn't see a 4AA model >>> it would help doing 3-4 gas cans at one time - I'm looking to the future when I can't heft 40+ lbs anymore without some jeopardy .....
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