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MIDWEST CAN COMPANY 6 Gallon Epa Carborator Can
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MIDWEST CAN COMPANY 6 Gallon Epa Carborator Can

Item# 082W421011110001P | Model# 6600 | Added on February 9, 2011 | Seller: Sears.com
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Description
6 Gallon EPA Carborator Fuel Can

  • With the extra capacity, Midwest Can Company's "6600" is a great choice for recreational and construction use and applications.
  • Made of durable HDPE with barrier materials to virtually eliminate hydrocarbon emissions. Holds 6 gallon, (22.7 liters) of your gas and oil mixes and exceeds California Air Resource Board (CARB) and EPA requirements for portable fuel containers.
  • The 6600 was designed with two (2) handles for easier use and handling. In addition, this can was built with a wider base and lower center of gravity to reduce the chance of a can tipping over and if it does; our spouts close automatically with an airtight seal.
  • Unit Dimensions: 13" x 9.75" x 16.5"
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By Menshch
September 6th, 2012
Flawed Pour Spout

In brief, the plastic spout is complex, difficult to use properly and leaks at the cap when the container is inverted for dispensing the fuel. Tightening the screw on cap in order to seal the leaking, causes the plastic cap to fracture. This item needs to be re-evaluated by the manufacturer and the distributor. It was a frustrating and time-wasting bad experience. Spare yourself the aggrevation and lost expense.

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Debbie St
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February 12th, 2014
One-who-knows...

Dangerous...

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The new nozzle sucks. You will spill gasoline - hopefully not on a hot lawnmower engine. Government mandated disaster?

August 16th, 2013 via kmart.com
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March 5th, 2013
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February 6th, 2013
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6 Gallom

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It sucks and it leaks. Do not buy it.

December 20th, 2012 via kmart.com
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December 6th, 2012
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November 21st, 2012
Menshch

Flawed Pour Spout

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<p>In brief, the plastic spout is complex, difficult to use properly and leaks at the cap when the container is inverted for dispensing the fuel. Tightening the screw on cap in order to seal the leaking, causes the plastic cap to fracture. This item needs to be re-evaluated by the manufacturer and the distributor. It was a frustrating and time-wasting bad experience. Spare yourself the aggrevation and lost expense.</p>

September 6th, 2012 via kmart.com
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