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    throbgod13 says:

    the problem with surplus jerry cans are that more and more states are going to CARB specifications, and you cannot get non-CARB surplus jerry cans shipped into the CARB state.. and there are problems with most CARB cans and the plastic that some of the cans are made from..

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    J0Boa says:

    gas doesn't not freeze that easy!
    p.s if you gonna use plastic cans make sure they are covered well from sunlight since the polypropilene deteriorates from UV rays.

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    SurvivalReport says:

    Some idjit posted "Just buy a new f'in can." Course I removed the comment. What this rocket scientist failed to realize is WHY you protect the can. It's not so you don't have to buy a new can. It's because these military cans are much more durable than commercial cans- a point I made very clear in the video. I've run these over with a bulldozer (accident) and the one still holds fuel. The undercoating gives a rust protection and allows you to CACHE these cans easily along routes. SR

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    richard m says:

    Octane Booster helps if water has gotten in your fuel. I had someone pour water in my ATV gas tank (ex-wife). I drained most of the gas,added octane boost and more gas and it started right up.

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    SurvivalReport says:

    @yogiudo I've had small grass fires burn around these types of containers. I've run over one with a bulldozer and it still holds fuel. Carry a plastic container full of gas around the backseat of your car for a while and you decide.

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    yogiudo says:

    okay, so they're much more durable. Gotcha. I just haven't been driving over many gas containers with my Kaboda lately. Generally we just leave them in the garage, on the shelf.

    I'll consider getting some steel gas cans.

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    Buick Mackane says:

    I now have 60 gallons in 5 gallon plastic jugs stored in the back shed, and I treated them all with Stabil fuel stabilizer. Keep your gasoline stores in a shady place, well away from your house.

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    SurvivalReport says:

    @YoungScienceGuy Most people aren't going to store enough gas to drive a NORMAL YEARS WORTH. In a disaster, other than getting to your destination- aka bugging out- fuel use will be drastically reduced from current consumption levels. Most people store with this in mind, not driving 10,000 miles a year in the P.A.W.

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    SurvivalReport says:

    @YoungScienceGuy Without a doubt a larger tank is the way to go for big quantities. The reason we focused on smaller cans in the video was that most survivalists I've met- all BS aside thousands over the last 24 years- live in the suburbs. Fire regulations, BS zoning laws and just Suzy Mom next door seeing it being installed preclude most of those folks from dropping a 500 gallon tank in the side yard. Also, people in that situation- suburbs will need to bug out, hence the cans. Thanks!

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    SurvivalReport says:

    @YoungScienceGuy Roger that. I know what you mean. Consider though what your real fuel needs will be in the P.A.W.

    Fuel to drive around- probably very little 10-20 gallons a year? Will your car even work? EMP.

    Chainsaws- 5 gallons a year would put up more than enough wood in the warmer climates of the country. We use less than 5 per year for cutting and a gas operated spliter.

    Mowing- yes you'll have to mow a little bit- 5 gallons.

    See what I mean?

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    SurvivalReport says:

    @YoungScienceGuy The crisis relocation plan was the ba$tard child of what happened when we abandoned civil defense. It would have been a nightmare to implement, thankfully we never had to experience it. Current doctrine is again to "absorb" the first strike!!! Klinton started that mess, Hussein Obama followed it.

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    SurvivalReport says:

    @Begbucks 90% or more of the average viewers aren't in a place where they can drop a 500 gallon tank in the ground. Most folks out there are city/suburban dwellers that can't do that for zoning and safety reasons. Also, the cities won't be a good area to be in anyways.

    Every time fuel storage comes up on message boards, etc. "space" is always an issue- hence the 5 gallon jerry cans. No one is saying you should only store 5 gal.

    The principles shown in the vid work for larger qty as well.

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    SurvivalReport says:

    @MurderByFluoride Treated once I get at least 2 years out of gas put up with PRI G in metal cans like this. I don't use plastic for storage of fuel. PRI is available at JRHEnterprises DOTCOM

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