I hate you you stupid can

riss6270

LawnSite Member
Location
PA Gettysburg
Why the hell does the government try to solve one problem and just create more. GAS CANS why cant anyone come up woth a spout that you can get more gas in the tractor than on the ground. These new no spill cans suck. I waste so much gas from the nozzles not working correctly. These things are a joke. Anyone else have the same problem?? I am going to auctions from now on and getting every old gas can i can find. Then i look at a 2014 dodge cummins and your truck wont run if you dont have the DPF fluid. For sh!t sake what next. you tires have to have obama air in them!!
 

Nwatson99

LawnSite Member
Location
Winchester, Ky
Bud you are preaching to the choir, since Blitz went out of business due to incompetent idiots suing them for not knowing how to use a gas can, if you do not get a No Spill can then you are going to have nothing but issues.
Now I will say I have three of these cans and thus far I have not spilled a drop of gas filling up any tanks.
http://www.nospill.com/

But I have 5 of the Blitz cans and never spilled anything with them either that was not my fault of overfilling a tank.
 

LawnMowerMan2003

LawnSite Senior Member
I bought 2 no-spill cans and the spouts fell apart anyway(within weeks), so now I have to use a funnel, unless I get more spouts to screw on. There is another thread with a couple of links to possible solutions, I think.
 

Hawkshot99

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
New York
I have 2 5 galon cans frm VP Racing. They are legally for "off-road use only" according to their website? Not exactly sure what that means as my mowers are off road as well. I bought them in red so they look like regular gas cans, but they come in tons of colors. I also bought the optional rubber neck spout. I bought 2 online a few years ago for $60 total.

When I go out on my friends boat and we both bring gas, I fill much quicker than him. He just got rid of a real crappy gas can that the neck had to be pushed in for it to flow(it leaked gas all over the place), for a NO-Spill can. The NO-Spill didnt leak but took at least 10 mins to put 5 gallons in the boat. My VP-Racing can emptied in the boat in 2 mins and no spills!
http://www.vpracingfuels.com/containers

This is what my cans are like but red with the optional spout.
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mach14604

Banned
Location
Ohio
I have 2 5 galon cans frm VP Racing. They are legally for "off-road use only" according to their website? Not exactly sure what that means as my mowers are off road as well. I bought them in red so they look like regular gas cans, but they come in tons of colors. I also bought the optional rubber neck spout. I bought 2 online a few years ago for $60 total.

http://www.vpracingfuels.com/containers

This is what my cans are like but red with the optional spout.
mNc5nshff3lttsYz67_Etmg.jpg
I have been thinking about this for a while and am thinking this heavily.

But I have 5 of the Blitz cans and never spilled anything with them either that was not my fault of overfilling a tank.
The cost on these things is nuts!
 

TwoGuyswithMowers

LawnSite Member
Location
Walker, LA
Bud you are preaching to the choir, since Blitz went out of business due to incompetent idiots suing them for not knowing how to use a gas can, if you do not get a No Spill can then you are going to have nothing but issues.
Now I will say I have three of these cans and thus far I have not spilled a drop of gas filling up any tanks.
http://www.nospill.com/

But I have 5 of the Blitz cans and never spilled anything with them either that was not my fault of overfilling a tank.

I use these no spill cans and love them. They aren't the fastest but none of my gas tanks are very big.
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