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Old 17 September 2014, 09:36   #1
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Tuff jugs

OK so once we all stop sniggering anyone have any experience of using tuff jugs in real life?

On their website, Tuff Jug - Home, they look fantastic but always a little sceptical.

Thinking of buying a couple.

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Old 17 September 2014, 17:11   #2
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Have used them for race cars, they are good, well made & they work well. There are some cheaper alternatives too.
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Old 18 September 2014, 03:50   #3
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Have used them for race cars, they are good, well made & they work well. There are some cheaper alternatives too.
Thanks, do you know the names of the alternatives?
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Looks a little similar to Stihl fuel / oil cans for chainsaws. They work really well, save a lot of mess especially with chain oil.
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VP race jugs are all the jetski boys use VP Racing 20L Fuel Churn Container - Demon Tweeks 3 year warranty
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Got a few vp jugs from when I had my skis. Ace cans
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I have two of the tuff jugs, they work ok, you may need to buy the adapters for smaller fueling holes for different applications
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