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Re: [Shop-talk] fuel caddy

To: Shop Talk <>, Mark Andy <>
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] fuel caddy
From: Frank Vantacich <>
Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 09:03:00 -0700 (PDT)
That was my plan, just leave it in the truck bed to fill, then remove it when
I got home.  As far as blowing up, if I bought a metal caddy didn't roll it
around in side the truck bed that would eliminate the chance of static
buildup/discharge.  I know the plastic gas cans will create a static buildup
if you slide it around the inside of the bed.

I am curious as to whether the caddy comes with any written warning on how to
transport and fill it.

Frank V.

--- On Wed, 5/19/10, Mark Andy <> wrote:

> From: Mark Andy <>
> Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] fuel caddy
> To: "Shop Talk" <>
> Date: Wednesday, May 19, 2010, 6:50 AM
> Howdy,
> On Wed, 19 May 2010, David Scheidt wrote:
> >> Well I am tired of dealing with 5 gallon gas cans
> and California's special
> >> spring loaded anti spill gas caps. Yup I am in
> need of a fuel caddy, 25-30
> >> gallons with a pump. Another requirement would be,
> and this is where my
> >> dilema is I can't seem to find this option, a
> built in hook on top of the
> >> unit so I can connect a strap to my front end
> loader to transfer the unit in
> >> and out of my truck bed.  Any one out their
> have any suggestions as to where
> >> I can find a model with these options?
> >>
> > How are you going to get out of your truck at the gas
> station to fill it? Or are you just planning on blowing
> yourself up?
> Why can't he just fill it up in the bed of the truck?
> Mark
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