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Next you're offering me brisket like Gulitti Big Grin

FYI, Renegade only sells the Red and White jugs
 
Posts: 13522 | Location: NJ | Registered: August 20, 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Those do look nice. I like the bottom of them Still the same type lid most use but I wouldn't hold that against them.



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Posts: 2943 | Location: KIEFER, OK. | Registered: August 17, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Been seeing these for quite awhile but haven't ordered any yet. Will order and have them for next year though.

Made in the USA

https://pitstopusa.com/i-23978...white-case-of-6.html


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Originally posted by Mitch H:
Curious as to why you would toss properly functioning fuel jugs?

Maybe I am doing something wrong using the same jugs for years?


Hey, don't make fun of Ed's jugs....... Laughing Hard


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I've got the VP jugs. they leak from the vent when filling the racer. The vent os too close to the fill and it leaks then. I'll tall and age challenged so it's either not filling or it's spilling when fueling.


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The Sunoco jugs






Nice jugs! USA


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This website has a huge tech selection! Thanks for the post


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The brisket was good eh Ed? Big Grin

I have 22 VP jugs in my trailer for the last 3 years...good so far. I do change the jugs out every 4 or 5 years as well.

Found it easier to haul fuel in the jug racks on fenderwells carry 9 jugs each and carry 4 more jugs in racks up stairs.

Love it when we come home out of fuel!!
 
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It was but the portion size sucked. Laughing Hard

Next time feed me, don't tease me.
 
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You right! Y'all been getting along round here?

Big Grin
 
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because I can, because I want to, because I like new stuff


Fair enough, at least I was not doing something wrong, only being cheap.

Looks like I am switching to methanol next year, so maybe I will go big and get some new fuel jugs.....or not. Big Grin
 
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Hey, don't make fun of Ed's jugs....... Laughing Hard


Dang it man! Big Grin

Darn near choked on my food.....lol
 
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Mark, How much do the Renegade jugs with just the cap on weigh empty?

The fuel jugs I bought from Jegs in 2006 weigh 4.5 lbs. I’m looking at jugs now that list the weight 1 lb less. I’m not buying it.


I don't know but I can find out. One of the racers here became a Renegade fuels dealer and I'll get them from him. From what it looks like, the Sunoco ones are the same as the Renegade with color exceptions. Either way, I need new ones. One of my old ones literally fell apart, another is about to that point, and that only leaves me with two VP, and they leak at the cap.....they were free from my old company though, so can't really complain.


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Posts: 1466 | Location: Back home in Alaska! | Registered: February 13, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I've been using these the last couple years. They are taller and skinnier so I am able to carry 6 jugs in my generator compartment beside the Honda 3000. I'll be buying more for long trips like I am on now to The Million. I can fit another 3 jugs on the other side of the Honda. The do only come in white but made in the USA.

https://bikemaster.com/5-gallon-jug.html

 
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