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Old 28 September 2015, 07:49   #11
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Old 28 September 2015, 11:27   #12
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Another problem I have found with metal ones is that, the ones I had anyway, were PAINTED on the inside. Same olive coloured paint.
Consequently, and only after a little use, the paint flaked off endangering my fuel supply (diesel).
Needless to day, good job I used a filtering funnel and also that I stopped using them immediately.
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If you have a non-slip deck finish, metal kans will kill it, plastic kans will wear through. Either way some heavy rubber matting will help to protect deck & kan. Personally I wouldn't have metal kans on the boat, they're ok for running fuel from the garage & that's it. These are the dogs whatsits
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Old 02 October 2015, 06:27   #14
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Funny you should mention that
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Fuel Tank / Jerry Can - 23 Litres

These look good

39.99 - Fuel Tank / Jerry Can - 23 Litres

Fuel Tank / Jerry Can - 23 Litres - Jerry Can - Discount Marine Chandlery and Sailing Equipment. Bargain Boat Spares and Clothing
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Old 02 October 2015, 09:17   #16
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Still think theses are good value
http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/191636083836?_mwBanner=1


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