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Old 10-05-2013, 20:46   #1
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Homemade fuel polisher

Here are two shots of my cobbled together from a boat wrecking yard, Ontario Boat Wreckers (largest marine scrap yard) - Home Page, fuel polisher. At least I think there will be two photos....
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Here's mine. Even cheaper!


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Old 11-05-2013, 03:53   #3
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Re: Homemade fuel polisher

I like it! I also like your military style diesel can, all I can find are those short, fat ones that take up deck space.
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I like it! I also like your military style diesel can, all I can find are those short, fat ones that take up deck space.
I found mine on Amazon.com... They even come with decent spouts!
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I like it! I also like your military style diesel can, all I can find are those short, fat ones that take up deck space.
They sell them in Canada too.>>> Scepter Marine - Specialty Cans

or http://www.sceptermarine.com/contact/
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I like it! I also like your military style diesel can, all I can find are those short, fat ones that take up deck space.
As long as you don't mind "gasoline orange", then you can get them at Canadian Tire (4WD Gas Can, 20L | Canadian Tire) for $20.

Also available at Princess Auto (ruggedized floating) in od green for $65 (20 Litre Military Style Fuel Can | Princess Auto)
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Thats for the sites and links....
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